GUILFORD COUNTY IS UNDER A STATE OF EMERGENCY DECLARATION EFFECTIVE October 11, 2018.  Citizens are ENCOURAGED to stay off the roadways during the impact and post-impact timeframes of the storm if reasonably possible, to limit travel as to not interfere with the efforts of emergency responders and repair crews. Citizens should not enter flooded areas including flooded roadways and structures.

Tier II Info

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Under the federal Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA), facilities are required to file a report identifying regulated chemicals at or above specified thresholds for the prior year to the following organizations:

  1. Their Local Fire Department
  2. Their Local Emergency Planning Committee
  3. North Carolina State Emergency Response Commission (NC SERC)

Please use the links below to find out more about the procedures for reporting to each of the organizations

Guilford County supports the use of E-Plan as a way to submit Tier II reports to the Local Fire Department and the LEPC.  Follow this link to learn more:


E-Plan – Emergency Response Information System


Guilford County LEPC


Information about Tier II Reporting from North Carolina Emergency Management can be found here.


For more information about Guilford County Tier II Reporting, please contact Taylor Jones, Emergency Management Coordinator at 336-641-2278.