Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC)

Regular Meetings

  • July 11th, 2017
    10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
  • Quarterly meetings
  • Office of Emergency Management
    7915 Anchor St.
    Landover, MD 20785

Meetings provide a forum for collaboration between the public, private, and non-profit sectors.

In addition these forums will be used to deliver emergency preparedness education.


Membership in the Prince George's County LEPC is open to individuals who have an interest in emergency preparedness. The following representatives must be present in the Prince George's LEPC:
  • Elected state and local officials
  • Law enforcement personnel
  • Civil defense personnel
  • Firefighting personnel
  • EMS personnel
  • Health personnel
  • Local environment personnel
  • Hospital personnel
  • Transportation personnel
  • Broadcast and print media personnel
  • Representatives of community groups
  • Owners and operations of facilities subject to EPCRA requirements
If you are interested in becoming a part of Prince George's County LEPC, please email  or call 301-324-4400 for more information.

About LEPC

The Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) is a federally mandated entity composed of state and local officials, business representatives, members of the press, and community groups. Under the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA), LEPCs must develop an emergency response plan, review the plan at least annually, and provide information about chemicals in the community to citizens.


The purpose of the Prince George’s County LEPC is to enhance Prince George’s County’s preparedness and response to hazardous materials incidents by involving the government, private business, nonprofit organizations, and citizens in planning and preparing for such an incident.

The Prince George’s County LEPC will also act as an advisory committee to the Prince George’s County Government in regards to emergency preparedness and response for hazardous materials and will fulfill any and all additional requirements articulated under the Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know Act (“EPCRA”).