Map Book Changes & Suggestions
MAP BOOK SUGGESTIONS
The Lee County E9-1-1 Coordinator, the Lee County E9-1-1 Addressing Technician, and the Lee County 9-1-1 Mapping Technician seek any possible suggestions, corrections, additions, deletions, etc. to the LEE COUNTY 9-1-1 MAP BOOK at any time.
These must be submitted in writing in order to be considered. Please submit any type of suggestions to Lee County 9-1-1 at the following address:
Lee County 9-1-1
RE: 9-1-1 MAP BOOK
C/0 Lee County E 9-1-1
P.O. Box 4129
Opelika, AL 36803-4129
All suggestions, additions, deletions, corrections, etc. , must be submitted in writing and must include a copy of the Map Book Page and the corresponding Map Book Index Page. This must be sent along with a written explanation of the type of change that is being suggested.
PURCHASING COPIES OF THE LEE COUNTY 9-1-1 MAP BOOK
Copies of the Lee County 9-1-1 Map Book may be purchased by contacting the Lee County Commission Office at (334) 745-9767 or 1-800-239-4469; or for information concerning the 9-1-1 Map Book contact the Emergency Management Agency at (334) 749-8161 or 1-888-749-8161.
There is a charge for each copy of the 9-1-1 Map Book that is purchased. 9-1-1 Map Books can be ordered through the mail; however, there will be an additional charge for the shipping and handling in addition to the charge for each copy of the 9-1-1 Map Book.
Thanks to the City of Opelika, the Opelika Engineering Department, the City of Auburn, the Auburn Planning Department, Auburn University, the Lee County Commission and Chairman Bill English, and the staff of the Lee County Commission Office, the Lee County Appraisal Office, the Lee County Highway Department, and all of the dedicated public safety responders that serve Lee County including the Police Officers, Firefighters, Sheriff’s Deputies, the Lee County Volunteer Firefighters and all the Lee County Volunteer Fire Departments, the Lee County Firefighter's Association, Town of Notasulga, Auburn and Opelika Firefighters, State Troopers, Lee County Coroner’s Office, Sheriff Jay Jones, Members of the Lee County 9-1-1 Board, East Alabama Medical Center EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES, Phenix City Engineering Department, Staff of the Lee County Emergency Management Agency, Lee County 9-1-1 Addressing Technician, the Lee County 9-1-1 Mapping Technician, and all of the other people and organizations in Lee County for all their cooperation and help with this revision of the Lee County 9-1-1 Map Book.