Washington State RCW's encourage public agencies, whenever possible, to consolidate resources and act jointly in an effort to minimize cost and maximize efficiency. I-COM 9-1-1 was formed under a cooperative Interlocal Agreement to provide emergency dispatch services for all of the law enforcement, fire and emergency medical agencies that serve Island County (both Whidbey and Camano Island).


I-COM 911 is a special purpose district that provides dispatch services to 10 member agencies and the general public they serve.

Communications records are owned by the member agencies. To request records about a fire, medical or law enforcement incident - including recorded audio - contact the respective member agency.

Click here for a printable list of contacts for member agency public record officers, or click "user agency links" .

To request I-COM public records exclusive of communications records, click here for additional information. I-COM Public Records Requests must be in writing. Please be as specific as possible, and include your name and all contact information.

Written requests for I-COM public records (except communications records) may be faxed to 360-675-4717


delivered to I-COM, 840 SE Barrington Dr., Oak Harbor WA 98277

electronic delivery is unavailable.

I-COM became operational on March 31, 1997 and employs 19 full time Public Safety 9-1-1 Dispatchers in addition to the Director, Executive Assistant, and System Administrator.

I-COM's member agencies are:

Island County
Sheriff's Office
Oak Harbor
Police Department
Langley Police
Coupeville Marshal's
Office (Town Police)
Whidbey General
Camano Island
Fire & Rescue
North Whidbey
Fire & Rescue
Island County
Fire District #3
Central Whidbey Island
Fire & Rescue
Oak Harbor
Fire Department

Located at the north end of Whidbey Island in Oak Harbor, I-COM operates from a 4,000 square foot structure, adjacent to the Oak Harbor Police Department.

ICOM CPD Contract
The citizens of the State of Washington voted to implement Enhanced 9-1-1 service statewide by December 31, 1998. Enhanced 9-1-1 utilizes ANI/ALI technology (Automated Number Identifier/Automated Location Identifier).  This means that when an individual calls 9-1-1, the telephone number and location from which they are calling is automatically displayed to the 9-1-1 call taker.  This provides valuable information in the event the caller is incapacitated or unable to communicate with the call taker. I-COM has implemented the necessary technology and employee training and is proud to offer Enhanced 9-1-1 services to the citizens of Island County.

Our ultimate goal is to provide the best possible emergency dispatch services to our user agencies and the citizens of Island County.