Central Dispatch 9-1-1

"First to respond, first on scene, first to assist."


About Central Dispatch


Central Dispatch links the citizens of Clinton County, neighboring communities, and associated public safety agencies with efficient, reliable, responsive, and professional public safety communication services. The primary function of Central Dispatch is to handle emergency and non-emergency requests for police, fire, and medical service and to determine the dispatch needed and to dispatch the appropriate personnel to the requested location.
 
 Public Safety Radio Project Millage

Clinton County voters, in the March 10, 2020 election, approved a millage in the amount of .85 mills for 9-1-1 center operations and the local voter approved surcharge will be reduced to no more than $1.50 for the radio system infrastructure. The estimated capital cost for Clinton County to transition to the MPSCS Radio System is roughly $8 million.  The local surcharge, currently at $2.75, will decrease to $1.50 per month in July 2020 or $18.00 per year per device and cover capital costs. The millage of .85 mills will generate approximately $2.5 million annually to fund the 911 Center Operations. The new millage amount will go into effect December 2020.