Welcome to PA NENA

Pennsylvania Chapter of the National Emergency Number Association

NENA's mission is to foster the technological advancement, availability, and implementation of a universal emergency telephone number system. In carrying out its mission, NENA promotes research, planning, training and education. The protection of human life, the preservation of property and the maintenance of general community security are among NENA's objectives.

The members of the Keystone State (PA) Chapter of NENA are dedicated to enhancing the delivery of public safety and emergency service response to residents and visitors of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Members pursue this commitment by attending meetings, educational opportunities, and conferences. more..

Annual Conference!

2016 Annual Fall Conference!

The 2016 Annual Conference will be held on September 14, 2016 through September 16, 2016. It will be held at the Toftrees Resort in State College, PA.

Visit our conference page for more details.

News & Events

Visit the News Page for current events and chapter updates.

2016 Conference Information Coming Soon  Visit the conference page for details.

Membership Update on legislation, regional meetings published on the news page.

Save the date for our regional meetings:
Eastern Regional Meeting   4/27/2016 10:00 AM    Monroe County
Western Regional Meeting  5/2/2016 10:00 AM      Elk County
Central Regional Meeting    5/6/2016 10:00 AM      Union County

12 November 2014
Executive Board minutes now to be published on the news page.

Find Out What You Need To Know!

Find out wat you need to know about the Pennsylvania Chapter of the National Emergency Number Association here!

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Chapter OFFICERS

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Chapter NEWS

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Chapter BY-LAWS

The purpose of the Keystone State Chapter shall be to logical advancement, availability, and implementation of a universal More...