What is the definition of a non-emergency call?
Non-emergent calls are for situations that pose no injury or loss of life.

Examples of non-emergent situations include but are not limited to:
-You need to contact a police officer about an ongoing investigation
-Questions about services such as plowing of roads.
-Animal nuisances
-Noise complaints

You can find additional contact information for E-911 at the Emergency Services Staff Directory.

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1. Does E-911 already have my address when I call?
2. How can I apply for a position with E-911 services?
3. What are your administration office hours?
4. What are your dispatch hours?
5. What happens if I dial 911 and hang up?
6. What is the definition of a non-emergency call?
7. What is the non-emergency phone number for E-911 Communications?
8. What kinds of questions will you ask me?
9. Why do you ask me so many questions?