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Cuyahoga County Local Emergency Planning Committee

Beginning with Sept 13, 2021 meeting, LEPC meetings will resume in person. A virtual call-in option will also be availableEmail if interested in virtual option. 

Tier II Reports are due annually by March 1. Send your reports to:

  • Your local fire department- you may want to call them to see how they prefer the files (electronic, paper, etc.)
  • Cuyahoga County LEPC- email .t2s files to
  • Ohio SERC- email


"Our mission is to educate, inform and assist regulated facilities in Cuyahoga County in protecting people and the environment from hazardous material releases through hazard reduction, accident prevention, and emergency preparedness."

The Cuyahoga County Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) is a coordinated planning group comprised of individuals who have knowledge and awareness to the planning and response to incidents involving hazardous materials. 

The purpose of an LEPC is to plan, coordinate, and communicate on issues involving annual chemical inventory reporting, plan development, exercising the county hazmat plan, and training.

Some of the main duties of the LEPC includes: receiving and analyzing annual chemical inventories from more than 1,000 chemical facilities, maintaining the County Hazmat Plan, performing hazardous analysis profiles for select chemical facilities, working with the County Hazmat Teams, bringing in hazmat-related training courses, conducting an annual hazmat exercise, and much more.

  • Tell Us What You Think

    For more information, contact the Cuyahoga County LEPC via the info below:
    9300 Quincy Ave 
    Cleveland, OH 44106 
    Office: 216-443-7597 

    To request Public Information on chemical facilities or spills, use the link below and fill out the form Report a Spill 24-hours a day: Call CECOMS 216-771-1365