9-1-1 Jurisdiction Plan. A 9-1-1 jurisdiction shall prepare and maintain a 9-1-1 Jurisdiction Plan.
The 9-1-1 Jurisdiction Plan must meet the requirements of ORS 403.130 and include:
Name and contact information for the 9-1-1 jurisdiction, including the physical and mailing addresses;
A description of the 9-1-1 service area served by the 9-1-1 jurisdiction, including a map of the geographical area served and the current total population;
Identification and description of the 9-1-1 jurisdictions governing authority;
Name and location of the primary PSAP serving the 9-1-1 jurisdiction, including the physical and mailing addresses, 10-digit emergency phone number, 10-digit non-emergency phone number, and the name and contact information for the PSAPs director or administrator;
Name, address and contact information for all public and private safety agencies served by the 9-1-1 jurisdiction and primary PSAP as required by ORS 403.115; and
Number of workstations funded from the 9-1-1 Subaccount;
A disaster recovery plan meeting the requirements described in ORS 403.150.
Submittal and Review of new 9-1-1 Jurisdiction Plans. A 9-1-1 jurisdiction must submit completed 9-1-1 Jurisdiction Plan:
A 9-1-1 jurisdiction must complete and submit to the Office its 9-1-1 Jurisdiction Plan, in writing, signed by the primary point of contact for the 9-1-1 jurisdiction.
The Office will review the 9-1-1 Jurisdiction Plan for completeness and compliance with these rules. If the 9-1-1 Jurisdiction Plan is approved, the Office will notify the 9-1-1 jurisdiction that the plan is approved. The Office will keep the 9-1-1 Jurisdiction Plan on file and review it on an annual basis or as otherwise deemed necessary by the Office;
If the Office rejects the initial 9-1-1 Jurisdiction Plan, the Office will send the 9-1-1 jurisdiction written notice of the rejection, describing the deficiencies in the plan. The 9-1-1 jurisdiction has 90 days following issuance of the rejection to submit a revised 9-1-1 Jurisdiction Plan for review. The Office will review the revised 9-1-1 Jurisdiction Plan and if the revised 9-1-1 Jurisdiction Plan is unacceptable, the Office will work with the 9-1-1 jurisdiction to complete an acceptable plan.
A 9-1-1 jurisdiction must submit its approved 9-1-1 Jurisdiction Plans to:
All public and private safety agencies within the 9-1-1 service area; and
Any other public or private entities within the 9-1-1 service area that may be affected by the 9-1-1 Jurisdiction Plan, including all secondary responders.
Annual Review; Amendment of the 9-1-1 Jurisdiction Plan.
Each 9-1-1 Jurisdiction shall review its 9-1-1 Jurisdiction Plan in January of each year and send the Office updates as necessary or a notice certifying that the plan has been reviewed for the year and no changes have been made.
The 9-1-1 jurisdiction shall submit to the Office, updates as necessary or an amended plan 30 days prior to any consolidation, co-location, or physical move and within 30 days of any other change in the information included in the 9-1-1 Jurisdiction Plan.