The Lubbock Emergency Communication District was created pursuant to the Texas Health & Safety Code, Section 772.301 through 772.329 on April 5, 1986 by voter approval in Lubbock County. The District is responsible for providing Enhanced 9-1-1 service to Lubbock County, as well as the Cities of Abernathy and Plainview.
When most people think of 9-1-1, the mental image is one of the men and women who answer the phone to assist in an emergency. However, 9-1-1 is actually a dedicated, high-speed phone network utilizing special hardware and software. This network is designed to quickly and efficiently route 9-1-1 calls to a predefined emergency answering point based on your calling location.
9-1-1 is a single, easy-to-remember number used to report emergencies to fire, police, and EMS.
The District is responsible for addressing the non-incorporated areas of Lubbock County. If you need an address for your residence or structure, and it is outside the City limits, submit a request online.
If you are a communication service provider doing business within the District's jurisdiction, please visit our service provider information page.
Map data produced by the District is available for download. This data is shared as a collection of shapefiles. Visit our GIS page to learn more.