Yuma County Local Emergency Planning Committee


Pursuant to Title III of the Federal Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (SARA) of 1986 (PL 99- 499), the following information is provided in compliance with the Community Right-to-Know

requirements of the SARA Law, Hazardous Materials Emergency Response, and the open meetings and records provisions of Arizona Revised Statutes. §49-1 Article 2.


County Local Emergency Planning Committee


Notice is hereby given to members of the above Committee and to the general public that the Yuma County LEPC seeks to uphold a regular meeting, scheduled for:


DATE:        Thursday June 13, 2019 from 9:00 am to 11:00 am
PLACE:     Yuma County Public Health Auditorium
                  2200 W. 28th Street, Yuma AZ  85364


The Committee reserves the right to change the order of items on the agenda, with the exception of public hearings set for a specific time. Committee members may vote to go into Executive Session (not open to the public), for legal advice concerning any matter on the agenda, discuss information exempt by law from public inspection, including the receipt of data or testimony that is specifically required to be maintained as confidential by state or federal authority. A.R.S. (A.R.S.) 38- 431.02, & 38-431.03 A.1-A.7



The Yuma County Local Emergency Planning Committee provides a forum for emergency management, first responders, community industries and citizens to engage and provide information about chemicals and potential risks in the community, develop emergency plans in the event of an accidental release and look at ways to prevent chemical accidents.

EPCRA Sections 311-312, requires local industry representatives to report hazardous chemicals used, transporting, or stored in their workplace or facilities, and maintain an MSDS. Inventory reports of these chemicals must be submitted to their State Emergency Response Commission (SERC), Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) and local fire department, by March 1st of every year. This information will be made available to the public.


To request a copy of the session or written materials, contact Yuma County Office of Emergency Management, by phone: 928-317-4681.

For information on the Yuma County Local Emergency Planning Committee, contact Tony Badilla, Emergency Management Director/LEPC Coordinator at tony.badilla@yumacountyaz.gov.


Please visit Yuma County LEPC or http://www.azdeq.gov/AZSERC

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