West Mayfield Emergency Response & Management


We recently heard these chilling words from dispatchers in three states during the East Palestine train derailment on February 3, 2023. The fiery inferno, spewing toxic chemicals, and mandatory evacuations are all tragic consequences for our Ohio neighbors, but let’s remember that this doomed train would have passed though West Mayfield on its way to Conway yards. It’s a sobering thought.
This incident is a reminder of the public safety dangers our community faces everyday. That’s why the borough encourages all residents to take a moment to reflect upon our emergency preparedness. 
1) Visit our Emergency Response & Management page on the website for important local and county contact information.
2) Sign up for the county’s new and improved emergency alert system called, “Smart911”
3) Be proactive and learn how you can be a part of the West Mayfield Emergency Management Team. All residents are welcome, no experience necessary. In times of an emergency, we’ll need all the help we can get to ensure we keep our community safe from harm.
For more information about our local emergency response preparedness, contact our Emergency Management Coordinator, Bill Heaton.
Posted in Borough News, Fire Department News, Public Safety.