Under the Federal SARA Title III/EPCRA (Emergency Planning and Community Right-To-Know Act of 1986), local communities must establish a Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC). The primary purpose of the LEPC is to work with local facility representatives on the development of an emergency response plan tailored to the needs of the local community. The local LEPC must analyze hazards and evaluate available resources for preparing for and responding to a potential chemical accident.

A part of the emergency response plan is based upon chemical information provided to the LEPC by local industry. Another important function of the LEPC is to oversee the reporting of the Tier II, and hazardous chemical reporting requirements set fourth under numerous federal regulations. The LEPC may establish local reporting requirements and also can take legal action against a facility if it fails to provide the information required under Title III. The goals of both the LEPC and the Citizens Corps program are inherently similar; both strive to protect our communities from disaster.

Executive Administration

    Kelly V. Sparks

Chief Deputy of Law Enforcement 
    Andrew Oblad

Chief Deputy of Corrections
     Arnold Butcher

Chief Deputy of Administration
Susan Poulsen


Lieutenant Jason Sorensen

Phillip McSwain 

Rachelle Blackham

Contact Information

Physical Address
800 West State Street
Farmington, Utah 84025

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 618
Farmington, Utah 84025-0618

Correctional Facility/Inmate Mailing Address
P.O. Box 130
Farmington, Utah 84025-0130

Work Center Physical Address
883 West Clark Lane
Farmington, Utah

Phone Numbers
Sheriff Administration
(801) 451-4100 :: Main
(801) 451-4167 :: Fax

Corrections Administration
(801) 451-4200 :: Main
(801) 451-4225 :: Fax

Non-Emergency Dispatch

(801) 451-4150

Monday – Friday
7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
(except county holidays)


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