911 Address and Mapping
Once you verify the 911 address you will need to display the assigned address number, on your home or building, to allow emergency personnel to more easily locate your address day or night. The numbers should be reflective, between 3 and 6 inches in height, on a contrasting reflective background and should be visible from a distance of 50 ft. If your home or business is not visible from the street, please post an additional set of assigned numbers that can be seen from the street.
The mission of the McAlester/Pittsburg County 911 Coordinator’s Office is to maintain extremely accurate 911 mapping information for use in the 911 Emergency Communications Center. The coordinator’s office will continue to provide the citizens of Pittsburg County with correct addresses, road and street names, and to upgrade the 911 mapping capabilities as often as feasibly possible. We will continue to provide quality service using up-to-date procedures and upgrading to the newest technology as is becomes available.
Plan, develop, schedule, and coordinate all phases of 911 mapping. This includes maintaining several data bases, issuing addresses, assign and/or request approval for street names, GPS mapping private roads and address points, and coordinating data with the United States Postal Service and various utility providers.
The goal of the 911 Coordinator’s office is to provide up-to-date, accurate addressing in order to support daily 911 Emergency Response.
McAlester Police Department
301 E Carl Albert Pkwy. Rm 105
McAlester, OK 74501
Monday-Friday 8:00 AM- 5:00PM
If you are unable to reach the 911 Coordinator or need additional assistance, please contact
Shawn Smith, E-911 Communications Director e-mail Shawn.Smith@CityofMcAlester.com or Phone: (918) 423-9300 ext. 2212
IF YOU HAVE AN EMERGENCY: DIAL 911