The Midwest City Emergency Operations Center is equipped with the latest technology in modern communications equipment. This is primarily due to the citizens of Midwest City passing a public safety sales tax in 1994 which was proposed to them by the leadership of Midwest City. The funds received from that tax have been used to purchase our first Computer Aided Dispatch System. As a part of that system the City of Midwest City has also purchased, Mobile Data Terminals (MDT's), StarView Mapping System and the Automatic Vehicle Locator Global Positioning System (AVL's). Midwest City is one of the first public safety agencies in the State of Oklahoma to have all of these systems in place and currently working. 

Chronological History of EOC
  • Center opened in March 1989
  • 911 system live May 1, 1989 
  • EMS started in March 1990 
  • Public Safety Sales Tax approved 1994
  • CAD system started May 12, 1996
  • MDT's went live November 1,1996 
  • AVL's went live February 1997
  • New upgraded E-911 system August 2002 
  • Implemented EMD January 1, 2004
  • Newly Renovated EOC January 2005