Region 7 Integrated Contingency Plan
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This plan integrates the requirements for a Regional Contingency Plan and the requirements for an Area Contingency Plan. The Region 7 Inland Area has been defined as the following four states; Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska. This plan also incorporates EPA's response under the Stafford Act or FEMA's Federal Response Plan.
EPA Region 7 has also adopted the concept of sub-area plans. The sub-area plan takes smaller areas within Region 7 and develops a plan specific to that geographical area. Three sub-areas have been approved and plans completed.
This sub-area is defined as the counties of Barton, Rice, Stafford, and Reno in Kansas.
- This sub-area is defined as one county in Arkansas; eight counties in Illinois; nine counties in Kentucky; Bootheel Local Emergency Planning District (LEPD) (six counties), Southeast Missouri LEPD (seven counties), and Ozark Foothills LEPD (five counties) in Missouri; and three counties in Tennessee.
This sub-area is defined as the counties of Madison, Monroe, and St. Clair in Illinois, and the counties of Jefferson, St. Charles and St. Louis and the City of St. Louis in Missouri.
This sub-area is defined as the counties of Cass, Douglas, Sarpy and Washington in Nebraska, and the counties of Pottawatamie and Mills in Iowa.
- This sub-area is defined as the county of Scott in Iowa, the county of Rock Island in Illinois; and the cities within those counties, including Princeton, LeClaire, Bettendorf, Riverdale, Davenport, and Buffalo in Iowa, and Moline, East Moline, Rock Island, Milan, Silvis, Cordova, Port Byron and Rapid City in Illinois.