The City of Saginaw and the Saginaw Police Department are excited to announce a partnership with the newly formed Northwest Emergency Communication Center (NWECC). This entity provides high-quality emergency services to the citizens of Saginaw and Lake Worth.
What is the NWECC?
The NWECC is a newly-created, state of the art regional emergency communications center which is now available to serve communities in Northwest Tarrant County. The NWECC answers 911 calls to dispatch an appropriate emergency response team to the emergency situation.
What can the NWECC do for me?
The NWECC gets you connected to the emergency service you need as fast as possible. It has the ability to get you to safety quicker than calling 911 previously could. The NWECC is a next-generation 911-capable center, meaning we have the ability to get you the help you need quicker than ever before.
What communities are in the NWECC?
The founding NWECC communities are Lake Worth and Saginaw. The NWECC is available to serve other Northwest Tarrant County communities. In the coming months, we will share information about the NWECC with other communities in the region, giving them an opportunity to learn about its benefits and, hopefully, become part of this new emergency response system.
Does the NWECC work for fire, police, and EMS emergencies?
Yes, calling 911 will help in any emergency situation. The NWECC is your most efficient resource for all fire, police, and EMS emergencies, no matter the size of the situation or the location in the community.
How does the NWECC benefit the community?
The NWECC combines the newest dispatch technology with resources from all over Northwest Tarrant County to be your quickest link to safety.
When moments matter, we'll be here when you call!