Detroit Local Emergency Planning Committee

  

The City of Detroit Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) is a public-private partnership that supports hazardous materials reporting and planning.

The City of Detroit LEPC meets quarterly (see schedule below). Citizens are encouraged to participate.

For more information, or if you plan on attending an upcoming meeting, please contact the City of Detroit LEPC at [email protected] or (313) 596-5562.


EGLE to host Virtual Public Meeting on Thursday, December 10: The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes & Energy (EGLE) will hold a Virtual Public Meeting on Thursday, December 10, 2020, at 6 p.m., to discuss the application status for U.S. Ecology Detroit South hazardous waste operating license renewal.

Mission

The City of Detroit Emergency Planning Committee's mission shall be to increase compliance with hazardous materials reporting requirements and to continue to offer access to information on the storage of such materials for the benefit of the city's residents, businesses and industries. The Committee shall carry out its mission in compliance with SARA Title III and other federal, state and local requirements in such a way that meets both the letter and spirit of those requirements and that enhances and encourages a partnership between residents, business and industry through an exchange of information and mutual planning.

Meeting Schedule

See the 2021 meeting dates below.   PLEASE NOTE: DATES, TIMES AND LOCATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE:

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February 16, 2021     2 p.m.   Location To Be Determined

April 20, 2021            2 p.m.    Location To Be Determined

June 22, 2021            2 p.m.    Location To Be Determined

August 17, 2021        2 p.m.    Location To Be Determined

October 19, 2021      2 p.m.    Location To Be Determined

Sign up to Receive Marathon Petroleum Refinery Alerts

There are 4 steps to sign up for Marathon Petroleum Refinery Alerts:

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2. Click on "Sign Up For Alerts."

3.  Complete the form.

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Detroit Alerts 365

Be Safe. Know when there’s an emergency impacting your area.

Would you like to receive timely emergency notifications pertaining to the city of Detroit? Detroit has a new notification system called Detroit Alerts 365, which sends Detroit-specific emergency notifications through the CodeRED emergency notification system—a system used by emergency services teams and municipalities nationwide. This free system enables you to choose how you would like to receive alerts--via telephone, text message, and/or email. Visit the Detroit Alerts 365 homepage for more information on how to sign up.