EAST CENTRAL DISPATCH CENTER
A comprehensive consolidate effort
Embodies the vision of eight member cities
Professionalism and Assurance Standards
On November 22,2002 and intergovernmental agreement was finalized, upon the approval of all concerned city councils, between the Cities of Clayton, Maplewood, Richmond Heights, Shrewsbury, and Webster Groves. This agreement serves to designate ECDC as the multi-jurisdictional center for all emergency communications concerning fire, police, and emergency medical services for the participatinoing cities.
East Central Dispatch Center service area includes:
• Population: 82,358
• Daytime Population: ??
• Square Miles: 19.5
• Police Officers: 80+
• Fire Department Staff: 52 to 91
Fire Department staffing consists of 18 apparatus' with 2 t o5 persons per truck for a total of 36 to 75 crew members. There are also 13 Chief Officers/Administrative Chiefs as well as 3 Battalion Chiefs. Police Department staffing is total number of officers on-duty at one time.
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
City of Brentwood
City of Clayton
City of Maplewood
City of Olivette
City of Richmond Heights
City of Rock Hill
City of Shrewsbury
City of Webster Groves
A FEW WORDS ABOUT US
East Central Dispatch Center (ECDC) has existed since 2002 as the result of an intergovernmental agreement between the Cities of Clayton, Maplewood, Richmond Heights, Shrewsbury, and Webster Groves. This original agreement was created with the authorization of Chapters 70 and 321 of the Missouri Revised Statutes. Today, ECDC receives all Police, Fire, Medical, Emergency 911 and Non-Emergency calls for the Cities of Brentwood, Clayton, Maplewood, Olivette, Richmond Heights, Rock Hill, Shrewsbury, and Webster Groves.