York County 911 routinely conducts educational programs reaching all ages within the community. Our goal is to ensure that everyone knows exactly when to call 911, and what they need to know and expect when they call. In addition to our education programs for schools, we also attend local business and community events. To schedule a program for your school, group, or organization please e-mail or call us at 717-840-2921.
2010 Survivor Camp at 4-H Camp
June 24, 2010
|Below, Eddie Crab of York City, right, makes a mock 911 call to Amy Smith, York County 911 quality assurance supervisor, during the "Helping Heroes" Carnival at Shadowfax, Thursday August 2, 2007. John Pavoncello photo||Below, Timothy Rauls of York City, left, makes a mock 911 call to Amy Smith, York County 911 quality assurance supervisor, during the "Helping Heroes" Carnival at Shadowfax, Thursday August 2, 2007. John Pavoncello photo|
Organized by Servicecorps, who provide disaster and emergency preparedness training, the event provided mental health clients with a chance to meet first responders in a fun, non-threatening environment. York City Fire services, York County Sheriff's Dept., York County EMA and White Rose Ambulance were also on hand to meet clients.
Emergency cards help you and your family prepare for the possibility of a 911 call by making sure you know some of the basic information that dispatchers will ask. Use the links below to view a printable emergency card for your family.
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