We pledge to provide the residents of Park County with courteous, and reliable emergency communications by providing the most professional, capable and responsive Emergency Services and 9-1-1 communications operations possible with the resources made available to us, through a visible presence in the community.
Our goal is the preservation of life, property and public safety, by obtaining information, giving the information to Emergency Services, and verifying its receipt to ensure timely response to the citizens of Park County.
The Park County Emergency 9-1-1 Communication Center answers all calls for service coming into our center 24-hours a day. The center not only dispatches for the Sheriff’s office, but also for the City of Cody Police Department, four fire departments and 1 ambulance service with 2 remote first responder units as well as the Park County Search and Rescue Unit.
We routinely interact on the radio with other agencies working in Park County such as Park County Road and Bridge, City of Cody Utility departments, Powell Police Department, Powell Ambulance, Wyoming Highway Patrol, Wyoming Game and Fish and Yellowstone National Park as well as transferring numerous calls to other agencies when required. The integration of our Computer Aided Dispatch software (CAD) with both the Cody and Powell Police Departments allows us immediate access to information as it happens for our agencies to provide the best response for the situation at hand.
For further information about the Communications Center, please feel free to email the Communications Supervisor Monte McClain with your questions.