The Adams County Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) is a coordination and planning body for hazardous materials located in the County. In the legislation establishing LEPCs, Congress expressly intends the LEPCs to serve as a focal point in the community for information and discussion about hazardous substance emergency planning, and health and environmental risks.
Submit Tier II Reports directly to the Colorado Department of Health and Environment (CDPHE).
Note: Adams County LEPC and local fire department/districts do not require a separate copy.
The Adams County LEPC meets on the fourth Monday of every odd month, 9-11 a.m. Meetings are in person in the Adams County Conference Center or can be attended virtually on the Microsoft Teams platform.
Residents of Adams County, industry representatives, responders, public officials, and anyone with an interest in all-hazards planning are welcome to join as a general member. Contact [email protected] to participate as a general LEPC member.
Click here to learn more about the LEPC Executive Board or to apply as an Executive Board member.
Chemical Spill Reporting
The Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (SARA) Title III requires facilities to report releases from fixed facilities. Use the links below to report releases and spills:
- National Response Center (NRC)
- Colorado Emergency Planning Commission (CEPC) represented by the CDPHE
Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act
Shelter in Place
|Adams County Tier II Letter to Chemical Facilities||133 KB|
|Tier II Submittal Instruction - CEOS||1 MB|
|Guidance for Tier 2 Submit Site Plans and Attachments||34 KB|
|Adams County Fire District Map||126 KB|
|Adams County Map||256 KB|
|Environmental Spill Reporting Guidelines||55 KB|
|For a full list of resources, forms, and partners, please visit our Resources Page.|