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E911 Legislation and Rules

E911 Legislation and Rules

Florida Statutes

  • Section 365.171, Florida Statutes: Emergency Communications Number E911 State Plan.
  • Section 365.172, Florida Statutes: Emergency Communications Number "E911."
  • Section 365.173, Florida Statutes: Emergency Communications Number E911 System Fund.
  • Section 365.174, Florida Statutes: Proprietary Confidential Business Information.
  • Section 365.175, Florida Statutes: Emergency Telephone Number 911 Private Branch Exchange.

Florida E911 Rules

E911 Board Rules

Rule 60FF1-5.001, Florida Administrative Code: Requirements for Sworn Invoices Submitted by or on Behalf of Wireless Service Providers

Purpose and Effect: This rule provides the requirements for sworn invoices submitted by or on behalf of wireless service providers.

Rule Adopted Effective Date 12/3/2010

Final adopted rule presented in Florida Administrative Code (FAC): Final (Adobe PDF Document 18.88 KB)

Rule 60FF1-5.002, Florida Administrative Code: Rural County Grant Program

Purpose and Effect: This rule provides the requirements and approval process for the Rural County Grant Program. The E911 Rural County Grant program is a semi-annual grant program provided for the purpose of assisting rural counties, as defined by paragraph 365.172(3)(y), Florida Statutes, with the installation and maintenance of an Enhanced 911 (E911) system.

Rule Adopted Effective Date 1/30/2014

Final adopted rule presented in Florida Administrative Code (FAC): Final (Microsoft Word Document 37.50 KB)

As of 6/17/2014, the E911 Board has issued a notice of proposed rule development for the spring cycle of a 2015 Rural County
Grant Program.  Notice is available at Development.

Rule 60FF1-5.003, Florida Administrative Code: E911 State Grant Program

As of 6/17/2014, the E911 Board has issued a notice of proposed rule development for a 2014 E911 State County Grant Program.  Notice is available at 60FF1-5.003 Development

Purpose and Effect: This rule provides requirements and approval process for the E911 State Grant Program. The E911 State Grant program is a grant program provided for the purpose of assisting State of Florida counties with the installation of Enhanced 911 (E911), Phase II and Next Generation 911 systems.

Proposed rule is available under Development

Proposed application is E911 State Grant Program - 2014 Application (Adobe PDF Document 142.91 KB)

Old Rule Adopted Effective Date 10/22/2013

Old final adopted rule presented in Florida Administrative Code (FAC): Final (Microsoft Word Document 33.50 KB)

Rule 60FF1-5.004, Florida Administrative Code: Requirements for Fee Remittance Submitted by or on Behalf of Wireless and Nonwireless Service Providers.

Purpose and Effect: The purpose of the development is to set forth the procedural requirements for submitting and reporting the E911 fees including E911 fees remittance submitted by or on behalf of Prepaid Wireless Service Providers required by section 365.172, Florida Statutes.

Rule Adopted Effective Date 12/3/2010

Final adopted rule presented in Florida Administrative Code (FAC): Final (Adobe PDF Document)

Rule 60FF1-5.005, Florida Administrative Code: Emergency Grants

Purpose and Effect: This rule provides the requirements for an emergency grant program. The E911 Emergency Grant program is a grant program establishing an expedited schedule for approval of grants, provided to assist counties with the emergency restoration of Enhanced 911 throughout the State of Florida resulting from natural and man-made disasters or events.

Rule Adopted Effective Date 12/3/2010

Final adopted rule presented in Florida Administrative Code (FAC): Final (Adobe PDF Document)

Rule 60FF1-5.006, Florida Administrative Code: Requirements for County Carry Forward Funds and Excess Funding

Purpose and Effect: This rule provides the procedural requirements for counties with the ability to carry forward funding for E911 capital outlay, capital improvements, or equipment replacement expenditures. The excess recovery provision provides a 30 percent limitation on the total E911 fee revenue retained during a calendar year as carry forward. Any overage not utilized by the County for allowable E911 expenditures shall be returned to the E911 Board in accordance with this rule.

Rule Adopted Effective Date 7/17/2011

Final adopted rule presented in Florida Administrative Code (FAC): Final (Microsoft Word Document).

Calculation rule form: Form (Microsoft Excel Document 29.00 KB) PDF (Adobe PDF Document 21.43 KB)

Rule 60FF1-5.007, Florida Administrative Code: Requirements for T1 and Primary Rate Interface Fee Remittance

Rule Repeal Effective Date 1/17/2013

Final repeal notice presented in Florida Administrative Code (FAC): Notice (Microsoft Word Document 19.50 KB)

Rule 60FF1-5.008, Florida Administrative Code: Public Comments

Purpose and Effect: This rule proposes to facilitate public comment at E911 Board meetings.

Rule Adopted Effective Date 1/26/2014

Final adopted rule presented in Florida Administrative Code (FAC): Final (Microsoft Word Document 22.50 KB)

 

E911 Plan Rules:

Rule 60FF-6, Florida Administrative Code: State E911 Plan

Status: Rule Adopted - Effective Date 2/17/2011

Purpose and Effect: Provide necessary rules for implementing and coordinating a cohesive statewide emergency communications number “E911” plan for enhanced 911 services, which will provide citizens with rapid direct access to public safety agencies by accessing “911” with the objective of reducing the response time to situations requiring law enforcement, fire, medical, rescue, and other emergency services.

Final adopted rule presented in Florida Administrative Code (FAC):

60FF-6.001: Purpose
60FF-6.002: County E911 Plan Compliance
60FF-6.003: Request for Certification of Compliance
60FF-6.004: Administration Rule
60FF-6.005: Technical and Operations Rule

Florida Emergency Communications Number E911 State Plan: State E911 Plan

Note: Notices of Rule Hearing and Proposed Rules are advertised in the Florida Administrative Register in accordance with Chapter 120, F.S. The notices may appear on this website prior to the FAW due to the publication schedule.