August 8, 2020

9-1-1 Outage in Cuyahoga Restored

Cuyahoga County in the Cleveland, Ohio area experienced intermittent connectivity issues with its 9-1-1 system for several hours today resulting in a periodic service outage.

The Cuyahoga County 911 software experienced an issue with limited connectivity for a short time today. At no time were 911 calls unable to be answered

CECOMS Operations Supervisor Christopher J. Minek

While Cuyahoga County 9-1-1 reported that all 9-1-1 calls were able to be answered, local communities were directed to call their non-emergency telephone numbers for public safety services in the event that residents’ 9-1-1 calls were not getting through during the outage.

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