039Emergency Services 911 Communication
Tim DuBose. Director
109 DesChamps St.
PO Box 323
Bishopville SC 29010

Lee County Communications/9-1-1 is a department of the Lee County Emergency Services and is the Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) for law enforcement, fire, rescue, emergency medical, and emergency management services within all of Lee County. The 911 Center provides emergency communication services to all citizens and all public safety agencies throughout the County. Our mission is to provide the most effective emergency communications possible, while maintaining our commitment to the preservation of life and property, for the citizens, visitors, and public safety agencies of Lee County.

You can help us HELP YOU by properly numbering your house or business!

It is very important that each residence and/or business of Lee County has a valid 911 address sign posted outside their residence or business so that Law Enforcement, Emergency Medical Services or the Fire Department can find YOU in an emergency.

The address should be clearly visible day and night, and from both directions. Please call 803-484-1723 if you have any questions.

Numbers must be conspicuously placed immediately above, on, or at the side of the appropriate door so that the number is visible clearly from the street. In cases where the building is situated more than fifty feet from the street or road, the building number also must be placed near the walk, driveway, or common entrance to the building, or upon the mailbox, gatepost, fence, or other appropriate place so as to clearly be visible from the street or road.

Residential numbers must not be less than three inches in height. Business numbers must not be less than four inches in height.

Duke Energy Progress –Robinson Nuclear Plant, located in Darlington County, has an area of their 10 mile Emergency Protective Zone in Lee County called D-2. The 911 Center is the Warning Point in Lee County for the H.B. Robinson Plant.


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