In an Emergency dial 9-1-1
When you tell the operator your address, say that you are in the Briar Chapel development in Chatham County. Although our mail address is Chapel Hill, all emergency services are provided by Chatham County.
If the emergency involves the common spaces or Briar Chapel facilities — after you call 9-1-1– — also report it to the Briar Chapel Management Office 919-240-4955 (the main phone number will automatically forward to the emergency line after business hours).
Although our mail address is Chapel Hill, all services are provided by Chatham County.
Chatham County Sheriff
295 West St.
Pittsboro NC 27516
Sheriff’s Department Website
Chatham County Fire Department
North Chatham Station 1
45 Morris Rd.
Pittsboro NC 27312
Fire Department Website
EMS (Emergency Medical Services)
For ambulances Chatham County has contracted with First Health of Chatham, a division of First Health of the Carolinas.
First Health of Chatham County
For NON-EMERGENCY scheduled transports to doctor appointments, contact FirstComm 1-800-543-3672
Alert Emergency Message Service
This service from Chatham County Emergency Management allows you to receive notifications via phone calls, text messaging, e-mail and more based on locations you select. Alerts are sent for events such as severe weather, Amber alerts, and other emergency events. You must register to take advantage of this. For more information go to:
Chatham Emergency Alert System Website
1) Call ONSWC at 877-511-2911 (24 hours) Be specific on location of spill. Only they can provide crews to repair leaks and clean up spills.
2) Report spill to NC Dept. of Environmental Quality, Water Resources Division 919-791-4200 (weekday office hours) / 800-858-0368 (outside office hours) They use these reports to track compliance with the sewer system’s operating permits.
3) Report to Briar Chapel Management Office 919-240-4955 (Weekday office hours) / 855-546-9462 (Outside office hours) They use these reports to alert the Briar Chapel community and to monitor repairs.
Briar Chapel is served by a private utility sewer system owned by Old North State Water Company and operated by IntegraWater. This system generates the reclaimed water that is used to irrigate the common spaces. Just as with the public utilities that provide gas and electric services, this is a company independent of ownership or control by Briar Chapel. For more information go to Utilities Serving Briar Chapel.