The Warren County 911 and County Emergency Management Center was completed in 1994. The building was designed to be completely self-sufficient in order to operate under extreme emergency conditions. The facility contains emergency generators, water storage, propane storage, and an extensive fire protection system.
The building is divided into two levels; the lower level, constructed into the side of a hill, contains the Emergency Management Center and can function as an emergency shelter during times of crisis. The upper level contains the equipment and personnel used to coordinate and respond to county wide emergencies. The two-story structure is built from steel and masonry, with the lower level being encased in extra thick concrete to protect from radiation. The building was strategically located to receive radio transmissions clearly with its 200’ high radio tower.