Bridging the Gap between Industry, Government and Community-

Listening and responding to the public’s concern about hazardous materials and providing accurate information to the citizens of Memphis-Shelby County are important roles of the Local Emergency Planning Committee.

Each meeting is open to the general public, so we invite you to participate in our meetings and learn more about the LEPC. The LEPC is vital link between industry and the community when developing readiness and responding to chemical emergencies. Knowing what to do when a chemical emergency occurs can mean the difference between life and death.

The Memphis-Shelby County LEPC meets every other month on the third Thursday at 10:30am Shelby County Emergency Management and Homeland Security Office, 1075 Mullins Station Road, Memphis, TN 38134. 

The next meeting will be November 16th 2023.

If you need further information about the Memphis-Shelby County LEPC , contact the Shelby County Emergency Management and Homeland Security Office at (901) 222-6700 or email msclepc@shelbycountytn.gov