Emergency Operations Center (EOC)

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What is an EOC? An EOC is a designated location shared between County offices/departments that allows leaders and first responders to coordinate information and resources to support incident management activities. In the event area emergency response is needed and the Louisa County EOC is opened, you will find important updates on on this page. To ensure you are up-to-date, we encourage you to also sign up for Louisa County SMS/email alerts and download the Sheriff's Office App from the App Store or Google Play.  

Contacting the EOC: If you are experiencing an emergency, call 911. To contact the EOC with questions, to make special transportation arrangements, etc., please call 540-967-1234.

Current EOC Status: Not Open

Stay Informed

Whether the EOC is open or not, you may find the most recent County and Sheriff's Office alerts below as well as updates from area partners. EOC press releases will show when relevant.

Latest Alerts & LCSO News

LCSO News Releases

  1. Phone Scam Alert

    The Louisa County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) is warning the public of a phone scam that’s taking place in our area.  The scammers contac...

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Send media inquiries to: pio@louisa.org

Partner Updates

We work with area partners, like Louisa County Public Schools, the Virginia Department of Emergency Management, the Virginia Department of Transportation, electric service providers and many others to serve the community. Use the below to see their latest updates. 


Use links to the Safety Guidelines below to learn how to prepare for various types of emergencies before they happen.