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Emergency Management Agency

2515 State St

Chester, IL 62233

Voice: 618.826.5007 ext 130

Fax: 618.826.3702

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www.randolphco.org

Welcome to Randolph County Emergency Services

EMERGENCIES Call 911

Randolph County Sheriff's Office

Sheriff Shannon Wolff

200 W Buena Vista St
Chester, IL 62233
Phone: 618.826.5484
Fax: 618.826.4732
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Randolph County Emergency Management Agency

Administrator Michael Hoelscher

2515 State St
Chester, IL 62233
Phone: 618.826.5007 ext 130
Fax: 618.826.3587
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IN THE EVENT OF A PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY AFTER REGULAR BUSINESS HOURS CONTACT STEPHANIE MARTIN, INTERIM ADMINISTRATOR AT 618.615.8348

 

Randolph County Health Department

Interim Administrator Stephanie Martin, MA

2515 State St
Chester, IL 62233
Phone: 618.826.5007
Fax: 618.826.5223
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Randolph County 911 Administrative Office

Administrator Cindy Wagner

1 Taylor St, Room 103
Chester, IL 62233
Phone: 618.826.5000 ext 219
Fax: 618.826.3930
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