The Washington State Patrol’s primary goal is to provide a safe motoring environment for all Washingtonians and those visiting the Evergreen state. Troopers and commercial vehicle officers are responsible for enforcing traffic laws, investigating collisions, and assisting motors on the 17,524 miles of the state’s highways.
Central, WA - Grant County
MACC 911 is a full-service emergency communications center that serves 9 Law Enforcement Agencies, 16 Fire Agencies, and 2 EMS Agencies in Grant County (Central Washington). We pride ourselves on being innovative and leveraging new technology to improve the service we provide to the community and to improve the work-life balance for our staff. We are excited for the future of 911 and invite you to join us on the journey.
Kittitas County, WA
KITTCOM is a civilian-staffed 9-1-1 center that serves 17 public safety agencies in Kittitas County, Washington. T
Kittitas County is in the center of Washington State and has about 48000 (2019) residents, with the population increasing on weekends due to winter and summer recreation opportunities. The county stretches east from Snoqualmie Pass to the Columbia River and south from Blewett Pass to just north of the Yakima/Selah area. The area is renowned for its recreational opportunities, including river rafting, fishing, hunting, hiking, skiing and snowmobiling.