The Page Communications Center operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It is a Phase II, Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP). We primarily serve the Page Police Department, the Page Fire Department, and the City of Page. We serve the communities surrounding Page in Northern Arizona and Southern Utah, the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Lake Powell, and the adjacent Navajo Reservation as their 9-1-1 answering point.
The Communications Center is the direct link between citizens and emergency response services. Dispatchers answer and handle all 9-1-1 calls, all calls for service, and provide support for all field operations. At the same time, dispatchers monitor multiple radio frequencies, dispatch calls to the police units, dispatch fire emergency units, access a variety of local, state, and federal databases, assign report numbers, and track officer's activity in the field.
It is the mission of the Page Public Safety Communications Division to provide exceptional customer service to all responders, citizens, and visitors. We accept that we are the vital link as the first, first responders for law enforcement, EMS, and fire.
We take pride in serving our area efficiently with professionalism and compassion. We conduct ourselves courageously and honestly, based on the expertise we possess, knowing that we are accountable for all we do.