Welcome to Laurel County CSEPP

​CSEPP was developed to bring together federal, state and local government agencies to ensure public safety and that local agencies and communities are ready to handle any type of emergency.  Since its inception, the primary goal of CSEPP has been to educate and enhance emergency preparedness in communities surrounding the chemical stockpile stored at the Blue Grass Army Depot.  There are 10 counties in Kentucky which are effected by the stockpile.  Madison County, where the Bluegrass Army Depot is located, and the northwest portion of Estill County are considered the Immediate Response Zones (IRZ).  Areas in Clark, Estill, Fayette, Garrard, Jackson, Powell and Rockcastle are included in the Protective Action Zone (PAZ).  Jessamine and Laurel Counties are considered Host Counties.

Laurel County, being a host county, has a primary function to assist citizens who may deployed to their county in the event of an accident at the Depot.  Through CSEPP, Laurel County emergency responders receive critical training that enhances their skills and knowledge to better assist your community in times of disaster.



 


Receive Emergency Alerts and Community Notifications

Laurel County uses a comprehensive emergency alert and notification system powered by AlertSense.

To sign up for these alerts and notifications, click on the link AlertSense icon above.  Residents can also download the free AlertSense mobile app for Android or Apple devices or text your zip code to 37801.


AlertSense will send Emergency Alerts, Severe Weather Warnings, Community Notifications, Emergency alerts will come from: 877.957.9563.  Call this number to hear the most recent alert again  Need help signing up? Email: help@alertsense.com


All Residents and Businesses are urged to sign up today to receive alerts in the event of an emergency; customize the types of public safety alerts, severe weather warnings, and

comm​unity notifications you want to receive; and share your contact information and alerting preferences (e.g. text message to your cell phone, email, call to your landline phone

number)

*Registration is especially important for those who use a cell phone or VoIP phone as their primary number, have an

unlisted phone number, or who changed their phone number or address within the past year.

** Any information you share will remain secure, private and will only be used to deliver emergency alerts or community notifications.​