Welcome

Welcome to the Lubbock Emergency Communication District's Web site. This site has been designed to provide information about Enhanced 9-1-1 service, the District, its staff and role as the 9-1-1 administrative agency for Lubbock County and the City of Plainview.

"The mission of the Lubbock Emergency Communication District is to provide the best possible, trouble free network for the citizens we serve to access emergency services by dialing 9-1-1; to provide the best tools (equipment and information) to each service provider agency that will enhance their ability to provide public safety services; and to educate the public on the effective and appropriate use of the 9-1-1 network."

Employment Opportunity: Network Technician

The District is currently looking for a Network Technician. If you are interested in this position, please visit our Employment page to read the job description and download an employment application.

New Facility Construction

On September 10, 2014, the Lubbock Emergency Communication District Board of Managers approved the construction of a new administrative building, including a hardened data center and PSAP backup.

Check out our Flickr gallery of the construction so far! »

Information on Service Fee Rates

Effective January 1, 2015, the District is changing its 9-1-1 service fee rates. If you are a communication provider doing business within the District's jurisdiction, please visit our CLEC information page using the link below. There you will find our current service fee rate information, as well as other pertinent documents.

Visit the CLEC information page »