Friday, May 29, 2020

Emergency Management
Scott County Emergency Management provides a comprehensive management program to mitigate against, plan for, respond to, and recover from all hazards which may impact the lives and property within Scott County.  The mission also includes the training and education of Scott County residents, responders, and governing officials to minimize the impacts on the people, property, and communities of the county.

Scott County's Emergency Operations Plan and Annexes can be viewed in print at the Law Enforcement Center at 602 W. 5th, Scott City, KS.  Contact Emergency Management to arrange this opportunity.

More information regarding Scott County Emergency Management, news and incident updates, local information sources, preparedness resources, the Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC), and the county's emergency notification system (SCAlerts) can be found at

To learn more about how to register for emergency notifications via SCAlerts, click the image below:

Contact Us:

Tim Stoecklein, Director of Emergency Management

  • Phone: (620) 874-8547
  • 24-Hr Point of Contact: (620) 872-5805
  • Email:
  • Office Address:  602 W. 5th, Scott City, KS  67871
  • Mailing Address:  303 Court Street, Scott City, KS  67871
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Scott County's Emergency Management Plan can be viewed at the, 204 S. College, Scott City, KS 67871.

Scott County Fire Department serves all of Scott City and Scott County. They are equipped to handle any emergency.  The Scott County Rescue Unit responds to all vehicle and equipment accidents. Scott County Airport allows us to offer Life-Watch services for the severely ill or injured. The Sheriff's Department has recently enhanced its 911 services to include location of emergency calls by GIS mapping.  911 Emergency service, along with fire and police protection, is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Emergency Manager
Tim Stoecklein