The consolidation of Page County's Emergency Operations Center is paying off.
Nearly a year ago, the County joined 911 service for fire, rescue and law enforcement in the area.
Tuesday, Sheriff Daniel Presgraves announced the EOC has become financially self-sufficient, meaning they don't need any money form the general fund.
Some Page County residents were concerned when the changes took place, afraid it would hamper EOC's services.
But, Presgraves says the new system has the potential to save lives, because callers don’t have to be transferred to other departments.