The KPEPC membership consists of approximately 125 representatives from local agencies and organizations that play a role in the emergency response planning:

- Citizens

- Transportation

- News Media

- Elected State & Local Officials

- Law Enforcement

- Suppliers of Emergency Response Resources

- Fire Fighters

- 911 Communications Center


- Owner / Operators of Facilities Subject to
  EPCRA Requirements

- County Health Officials     

- School Administrators

- Hospitals

- Community Groups


Interested parties may apply for membership by complete the online Membership Application

KPEPC voluntary membership dues / contributions are utilized to sustain our mission to facilitate all the emergency planning needs of Kanawha and Putnam counties. All contributions are tax deductible since the KPEPC is a 501 (c)(3) tax exempt organization.

Members must attend a minimum of ½ of the General Membership meetings during the year to establish voting privileges at the annual Board of Direction election in December.