Emergency Contacts

 Additional Resources


Emergencies: Dial 9-1-1

Pinal County Sheriff's Office Phone Numbers:

PCSO Main Number: 1-800-420-8689
Administration: 520-866-5111
Dispatch: 520-866-5111
Personnel: 520-866-5121
Public Information Office: 520-866-5111
Records: 520-866-5193


 In The Event Of A Hazardous Chemical Release...

The Pinal County LEPC strives to provide a variety of valuable information to the public. The following list contains the names of agencies to contact in the event of a hazardous chemical release.

American Association of Poison Control Centers

(800) 222-1222

Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT)

(602) 712-7355 (General Inquiries)

Arizona Division of Occupational Safety and Health (ADOSH)

(602) 542-5795 (regular business hours)

(602) 542-4580 (Arizona State Capital Police - after regular business hours*)

*NOTE: Contacting Capital Police should be reserved only for those situations where the loss of life is IMMIENT if preventive measures are not taken immediately. 

Arizona Emergency Information Network (AZEIN)

(602) 689-6512

 Arizona Radiation Regulatory Agency (ARRA) 

(602)255-4845 (daytime)

(602) 223-2212 (after hours) Department of Public Safety 

 Arizona State Emergency Response Commission (AZSERC) through ADEQ

(800) 234-5677 or

(602) 771-2330

 Chemtel, Inc

(800) 255-3924 (toll free) or

(813) 248-0585 (collect calls accepted)


(800) 424-9300 or

(703) 527-3887

 Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Hotline

(800) 535-0202


 Info Trac

(800) 535-5033


 National Response Center (NRC)

(800) 424-8802


 National Capital Poison Control Center

(800) 222-1222


 National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)

(800) 356-4674


 3E Company

(800) 451-8346


*Disclaimer: Pinal County or Pinal County Local Emergency Planning Committee does not endorse private businesses and are not responsible for the accuracy of information found on other websites.