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Morgan County Emergency Communications District

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About Morgan County E-911

The Morgan County Emergency Communications Center provides 24-hour, seven-day-a-week 911 access and services to the citizens and user agencies in and around Morgan County. Services provided include, but are not limited to, emergency and non-emergency requests for assistance, dispatch of law enforcement, fire, emergency medical services, other city/county support agencies, and other duties as required. Around-the-clock dispatch service is assured by working rotating twelve-hour shifts.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Morgan County Emergency Communications District is to serve the citizens and visitors of Morgan County by providing rapid, constant, and continuous emergency communications support to all of the public safety agencies of Morgan County and participating cities. Through this action, Morgan County Emergency Communications District (MCECD) and the public safety agencies they support will save lives and protect the property of Morgan County citizens and visitors.

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Traffic Alert For Sunday Night, June 30, 2024 from Wartburg Police DepartmentTraffic Advisory: Road Closures and DelaysDear Residents,Please be informed of anticipated traffic delays and road closures scheduled for Sunday, June 30, 2024, starting at approximately 8 PM. The State of Tennessee will be overseeing the transport of the oversize load from Morgan County through Roane County and into Anderson County. The designated route includes:• City of Wartburg via Highway 27, Mossy Grove, and Bitter Creek into Roane County.• Highway 61 between Harriman and Oliver Springs.Residents planning to travel on these routes Sunday night are encouraged to arrange alternative routes in advance. We appreciate your cooperation and will provide updates as more information becomes available. Thank you.Chief-Michael Cox ... See MoreSee Less
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Our thoughts and prayers are with Sheriff Potter and his family. Sheriff Wayne Potter has been a servant of Morgan County for many years. A few of us remember Wayne from way back when…. when he was just getting his feet wet in law enforcement…. How much we all have grown since then! Wayne is a good man, a faithful public servant and someone who loves Morgan County. He has a love for his family, friends and others like no other. Wayne is a fighter, but he needs the prayers and thoughts in this battle he is facing. Remember it is not just Wayne in this battle, his family is right there fighting for him and with him. His friends are behind him, encouraging him and supporting him through this battle. His emergency services family is fighting for him as well. Wayne (and after all these years I feel I can say Wayne, but especially Brother) you are not in this battle alone, you have so many people behind you. Let us help you, like you have helped so many others. You, your family, your work family are in our thoughts and prayers. This post is from the heart Brother Potter. On behalf of everyone at Morgan County E-911 TN,We love you Brother and we are here for you!Matthew Brown, Director, Friend, and Brother from Way Back.Join us in a Prayer Meeting this Saturday at 12 noon on the lawn of the Morgan County Courthouse. Gather all and help us pray for the healing and comfort of our Sheriff, Wayne Potter and his family. When We Pray Together, We Experience God's Presence. Matthew 18:20 For where two or three gather together as my followers, I am there among them.” Ephesians 3:12 Because of Christ and our faith in him, we can now come boldly and confidently into God's presence. ... See MoreSee Less
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