Our New Non-Emergency Number is 573-324-6136

Pike County 911 has a new non-emergency administrative phone line.

Remember, if you have an emergency, dial 911 immediately.

Please listen to the menu options carefully when you call. Here are the options below:

Press 1 if you need Police, Fire, or an Ambulance to respond to your location.

Press 2 for the Pike County Sheriff’s Office Jail or Booking.

Press 3 to inquire about a court date or traffic citation.

Press 4 for questions concerning addressing in Pike County.

Press 5 to inquire about Road Conditions.

Press 6 to speak with Dispatch.

Press 7 to speak with the Pike County 911 Director.

To Repeat these options, press *.


Delayed Until Further Notice - Pike County Addressing Improvement Project for NG911

As Missouri moves forward to implement IP-based Next Generation 911 (NG911) throughout the state, Pike County 911 will be rolling out an addressing improvement project this winter to enhance emergency location and meet the requirements of Next Generation 911 (NG911).

Next Generation 911 features modern location technologies and the ability to route any call from any device to the appropriate 911 center by the location of the caller. A statewide ESI network for emergency communications will make interoperability feasible and provide important backup between 911 centers. To take advantage of these important advances and available grant funding, Pike County 911 will take the fundamental step of improving addressing where it does not meet industry standards or where errors are identified, such as situations where even and odd addresses are found on the same side of the road.

Some 911 and mailing addresses will be changed to ensure that all addresses are logical and locatable. Pike County 911 will work closely with the United States Postal Service and county agencies as addressing is analyzed, verified, and corrected as needed. If an address is changed, the resident or business will be notified by official letter from Pike County 911 and the USPS. The USPS will continue to deliver mail to the former address as well as the new address for twelve months after an addressing change is made, giving Pike County residents and businesses time to update their addresses with correspondents, creditors, and other contacts. Pike 911 will submit all changes to the County Assessor and County Clerk so that billing and voting records remain up to date.

The project will roll out on a ZIP code by ZIP Code basis. Roads currently designated with a private road number will be named, with naming categories designed to help emergency responders. For example, private roads that originate on county roads numbered in the 9200s will be named after trees. County roads will retain their numbers, but each road will be checked to make sure all addresses adhere to the county’s grid system, which increases at 1000 addresses per grid mile, with even and odds on opposite sides of the road. City addressing will be updated to assist with first responders locating an address by ensuring that all addresses are assigned logically and in correct order.

While Pike County 911 understands that address changes are inconvenient, the benefits far outweigh the inconveniences. While modern 911 call routing and dispatch mapping make critical information available to dispatchers and responders in seconds, responders on the ground still rely on proper, logical addressing to locate emergencies. Pike County has an irregular road network, trees, hills and many areas where cell phones and internet is not available. In these situations, responders rely on their understanding of the addressing system to find specific addresses, especially where house numbers or mailboxes or not marked or where they are hard to read or damaged.

Pike County 911 will begin the readdressing project with the 63459 Zip Code.

Pike County 911 asks for your patience and cooperation during this important project. If you have questions, please contact Pike County 911 at (573) 324-6136 Option 7 or Ext. 3031.

Pike County 911 Board

The First Pike County 911 Board was seated on August 7th, 2018 appointed by the Pike County Commissioners upon passage of Prop 911. The Board was tasked with establishing 911 funding using sales tax, creating and maintaining a new 911 dispatch center, hiring a 911 director, transition the dispatching of EMS from Pike County Memorial Hospital to Pike County 911, and to streamline the 911 emergency telecommunication process in whatever way possible.

The Board has set a tentative regular meeting night of the third (3rd) Tuesday of each month at 6:00 p.m. As of April 5, 2019, with the completion of the 911 Center, all board meeting will meet in the 911 Center Conference Room at 1602 Business Hwy. 54 W, Bowling Green, MO 63334 located directly behind the Sheriff Office.

Meetings may be rescheduled or cancelled due to the weather, scheduling conflicts, or may be added as business needs occur. All meetings are open to the public unless otherwise noted and posted in accordance with the Missouri Sunshine Law.

Meeting notices are posted at the Pike County 911 Center and the Pike County 911 website at least 24-hours prior to the start of each meeting.

Meet our elected 911 board!