2015 ORS § 403.130¹
9-1-1 jurisdiction plan
  • requirements
  • review
  • revised plans

(1) A 9-1-1 jurisdiction shall create and maintain a 9-1-1 jurisdiction plan for emergency communications services provided within a 9-1-1 service area pursuant to ORS 403.105 (Definitions for ORS 305.823 and 403.105 to 403.250) to 403.250 (Primary public safety answering points) and rules adopted by the Office of Emergency Management. The 9-1-1 jurisdiction shall submit the 9-1-1 jurisdiction plan to:

(a) The office;

(b) Public and private safety agencies within the 9-1-1 service area; and

(c) Any other public or private entity within the 9-1-1 service area that may be affected.

(2) The 9-1-1 jurisdiction plan must describe the capital and recurring costs to provide the components of the emergency communications system within the 9-1-1 service area.

(3) The office shall review the 9-1-1 jurisdiction plan for compliance with the requirements imposed under ORS 403.105 (Definitions for ORS 305.823 and 403.105 to 403.250) to 403.250 (Primary public safety answering points) and rules adopted by the office, and if the plan is:

(a) In compliance, the office shall approve the plan.

(b) Not in compliance, the office shall reject the plan.

(4) If the office rejects the 9-1-1 jurisdiction plan under subsection (3) of this section:

(a) The 9-1-1 jurisdiction shall revise and resubmit the plan within 90 days after the date the office rejects the plan; and

(b) The office shall review the revised plan and either approve or reject the revised plan within 90 days after the date the office receives the revised plan.

(5) Each 9-1-1 jurisdiction shall submit to the Office of Emergency Management in writing within 30 days any change to a public safety answering point that alters the approved 9-1-1 jurisdiction plan on file with the office. The changes may include, but are not limited to:

(a) The address of the public safety answering point;

(b) Telephone numbers used to satisfy requirements set forth in ORS 403.115 (9-1-1 as primary emergency number);

(c) Director changes;

(d) Agencies served by the 9-1-1 jurisdiction; and

(e) The method used to direct an emergency call once received by the primary public safety answering point.

(6) If an established 9-1-1 jurisdiction proposes to move a public safety answering point to another location or a governing body proposes to establish a new 9-1-1 jurisdiction with a new primary public safety answering point, and if either of these proposals will result in control of the 9-1-1 service area by an agency or agencies other than the agency or agencies identified in the approved 9-1-1 jurisdiction plan filed with the office, the 9-1-1 jurisdiction or governing body shall submit a revised 9-1-1 jurisdiction plan setting forth the changes to:

(a) The Office of Emergency Management;

(b) Public and private safety agencies in the 9-1-1 service area; and

(c) Any other public or private entity in the 9-1-1 service area that may be affected.

(7) In addition to meeting the requirements imposed under ORS 403.105 (Definitions for ORS 305.823 and 403.105 to 403.250) to 403.250 (Primary public safety answering points) and rules adopted pursuant to ORS 403.120 (Office of Emergency Management duties and powers), the revised 9-1-1 jurisdiction plan must describe the capital and recurring costs for the proposed components of the emergency communications system within the 9-1-1 service area.

(8) The office shall review the revised 9-1-1 jurisdiction plan for compliance with the requirements imposed under ORS 403.105 (Definitions for ORS 305.823 and 403.105 to 403.250) to 403.250 (Primary public safety answering points) and rules adopted pursuant to ORS 403.120 (Office of Emergency Management duties and powers) and, if the office determines that the plan is in compliance, approve the plan.

(9) The office may not approve a revised 9-1-1 jurisdiction plan submitted under subsection (6) of this section unless the revised plan is accompanied by written approval of the governing bodies of all public and private safety agencies affected by or providing service in the 9-1-1 service area. [Formerly 401.755; 2015 c.247 §10]