LEPC Meeting photo featuring members sitting at tablesDeer Park LEPC is composed of the Executive Committee and three sub-committees - Communications, Community Awareness and Emergency Response/Transportation. 

All LEPC members must volunteer to serve on at least one Standing Subcommittee and shall not serve on more than two standing sub-committees. 

The Chairs of the standing sub-committees are nominated by the LEPC Executive Committee, and elected by a majority of the members of the LEPC.

You can view a summary of each committee and sub-committee below, or click on the group's title to learn more.

Executive Committee

Composed of the Officers and Chairs of each LEPC Subcommittee; develops long-term strategies, programs and finances for the LEPC including a budgeting program to project operational needs and fund future projects.

Community Awareness Sub-committee 

Develops outreach programs to measure community attitudes and awareness levels and educate both children and adults about what to do during any chemical release.

Communications Sub-committee

Installs and maintains the various communications systems (outdoor alarms, radio, telephone, etc.) to warn residents and visitors of a release of any hazardous substance.

Emergency Response /Transportation Sub-committee

Updates and exercises the integrated emergency plans of the City, industry, school district and other resources available to respond to any chemical release;  develops information related to the transportation of hazardous substances by pipeline, rail, ship and truck through the City.