Local Emergency Planning Committee
The Alamance County LEPC was formed in 1987 to fulfill the requirements of the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) of 1986. The LEPC’s membership is approved by the County Commissioners and includes representatives from facilities, emergency response agencies, local governments, and the community. LEPC meetings are open to the public.
The primary responsibilities of the LEPC are:
- to receive and maintain reports and other information from entities as required under the EPCRA statute;
- to perform community right-to-know activities, including public access to information in accordance with the LEPC’s bylaws and applicable statutes;
- to develop and regularly review the County’s hazardous materials emergency response plan; and
- to assess what resources may be necessary to implement the plan and make recommendations regarding additional resource requirements.
Upcoming LEPC Meeting
|August 26th, 2022||Family Justice Center||1950 Martin St, Burlington, N.C|
Past Meeting Agendas & Minutes
- August 2021 Agenda
- August 2021 Minutes
- November 2021 Agenda
- November 2021 Minutes
- February 2022 Agenda
- February 2022 Minutes
- May 2022 Agenda
- May 2022 Minutes
Please click here for more information about the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA).
To apply to join the LEPC please click here. Select “Local Emergency Planning Committee for Hazardous Chemicals” as the board you are applying for.
The North Carolina Department of Labor has produced a fact sheet regarding the North Carolina Hazardous Chemicals Right-to-Know Act. It is available on the NCDOL website here.
If you have any questions about the Alamance County LEPC please contact Emergency Management at 336-227-1365.