In North Dakota, each county has been designated as a planning district. A Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) has been appointed for each district. The LEPC in each district is required to develop and maintain a hazardous chemicals emergency response plan for the district using information from facilities required to report under the "Right-to-Know" section of EPCRA.
If a facility has a response plan of its own, appropriate information from it should be incorporated into the LEPC's plan.
Below are links to current local plans including the
Bowman/Slope Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan and
the Bowman/Slope Local Emergency Operations Plan.