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TRUSTED INFORMATION SOURCES IN EVENT OF DISASTER - PC OES

PLACER COUNTY OFFICE OF EMERGENCY SERVICES #78734734


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  • 2968 Richardson Drive
    Auburn, Placer
local_phone
  • Emergency
    9-1-1

Placer County Office of Emergency Services (OES), in cooperation with local cities, special districts, and fire and law enforcement agencies, provides emergency management services. During an active incident that requires emergency sheltering, such as a fire or a flood, OES secures resources necessary for first responders to protect the community.

Ready Placer dashboard provides information on trusted information sources for Placer County in the event of a disaster. All sources are subject to change and may include Facebook, X, and radio and television stations. To see the most recent information, visit the communications page on the Ready Placer dashboard

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COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTERS - PLACER COUNTY - PG&E

PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY #64923863


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  • Auburn, Placer
local_phone
  • English
    1-800-743-5002

Community Resource Centers are opened by PG&E during a Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS).

Services available may include: 
  • Restrooms
  • Bottled water
  • Electronic device charging
Hours may vary, but in the past have been 8:00 am until 8:00 pm or 10:00 pm.

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THE SALVATION ARMY SOCIAL SERVICES - AUBURN

THE SALVATION ARMY #78999111


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  • 286 Sutter Street
    Auburn, Placer

The Salvation Army is a charitable, faith-based organization that offers support services.

Cities, zip codes served by The Salvation Army Auburn Corps
Auburn Corps serves roughly Alta to Newcastle. Specifically, these zip codes (some towns have multiple zips and some zips cover multiple towns):
Alta 95701
Applegate 95703
Auburn 95602
Auburn 95603
Auburn 95604
Colfax +  95713
Dutch Flat 95714
Foresthill + 95631
Gold Run 95717
Meadow Vista 95722
Newcastle 95658
Weimar 95736

Services include
  • Church and Spiritual care
  • Food pantry
  • Housing and utility assistance
  • Emergency Disaster services
  • Youth programs and Summer camps
  • Women’s and Men’s programs
  • Senior services
  • Intermittent Adult and Family Case Management
  • Rehabilitation Services Referrals 
Auburn Social Service Office Hours
  • Monday - Friday: 10am-2pm Food Pantry
  • Monday-Friday: 10am-2pm. Homeless ready-made lunch bags ready all week
  • Tues…
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DEFENSIBLE SPACE FUELS REDUCTION PILOT PROGRAM - PC OES

PLACER COUNTY OFFICE OF EMERGENCY SERVICES #83843704


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  • Placer County Office of Emergency Services
    Auburn, Placer

On July 12, 2022, the Placer County Board of Supervisors approved the establishment of a Defensible Space Fuels Reduction Pilot Program and committed $200,000 in funding for the 2-year pilot period. The goal of the program is to assist vulnerable residents in creating defensible space around their homes and properties in order to reduce the risk of loss of life and property in the event of a wildfire. The program will provide up to $5,000 per property to property owners in unincorporated Placer County who have very low income and are elderly or disabled to hire a contractor to assist in bringing The property into compliance with the County’s Hazardous Vegetation Ordinance requirements.

See eligibility and application info here: https://www.placer.ca.gov/8445/Defensible-Space-Fuels-Reduction-Pilot-P
READY PLACER - DASHBOARD & INFORMATION - PC OES

PLACER COUNTY OFFICE OF EMERGENCY SERVICES #71294888


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  • Placer County Office of Emergency Services
    Auburn, Placer
local_phone
  • Emergency
    9-1-1

Placer County Office of Emergency Services (OES), in cooperation with local cities, special districts, and fire and law enforcement agencies, provides emergency management services. During an active incident that requires emergency sheltering, such as a fire or a flood, OES secures resources necessary for first responders to protect the community.

The Ready Placer Dashboard provides almost real-time information during disaters.

NOTE: In the event of evacuations, people must follow instructions from law enforcement on the scene.  After evacuation orders are lifted, even if the dashboard shows roads are open, there may be law enforcement on the scene not allowing people back in because of remaining safety issues of which they are aware.

Ready Placer provides information about
  • Winter Season
  • Wildfire
  • Power Outages
  • Emergency Sheltering During COVID-19
  • Air Quality
  • Extreme Heat
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FIRE DEPARTMENT - AUBURN

CITY OF AUBURN #86298991


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  • 1225 Lincoln Way Room 8
    Auburn, Placer

Auburn Fire Department is dedicated to fostering the development and safety of our community through preventionpublic education, and emergency response with pride and honor.

Three Decision Making Pillars
  1. Commitment to Excellence
  2. Sustainability
  3. Innovation
Our Mission Driven Culture will reflect our pledge to enhance our department, protect our community, and value our firefighters

The Auburn City Fire Department operates from 3 fire stations with 24/7 coverage of which includes an engine company and a Duty Officer.


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FIRE DEPARTMENT - LINCOLN

CITY OF LINCOLN #86299020


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  • 126 Joiner Pkwy
    Lincoln, Placer

The Lincoln Fire Department is prepared to handle most everyday emergencies. 

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FIRE DEPARTMENT - ROCKLIN

CITY OF ROCKLIN #86299230


The City of Rocklin Fire Department provides fire suppression, emergency medical response, hazardous materials first response, fire prevention and safety education, fire investigation, fire code inspection, plan review, and pre-construction consultation services. 

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FIRE DEPARTMENT - SOUTH PLACER FIRE DISTRICT SERVING LOOMIS

TOWN OF LOOMIS #86299183


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  • 6900 Eureka Rd,
    Granite Bay, Placer

The South Placer Fire District responds to structure, wildland, vehicle, and other types of fires that occur in the District. Medical emergencies, vehicle accidents, rescue emergencies, public service calls, and hazardous material response (at the first responder level) are part of the services provided. 

Station 18 is located in the heart of Downtown Loomis and is designated the “Eagles Nest” due to its alliance and close relationship with Del Oro High School Eagles. The station's first due area has significantly high-risk hazards including Interstate 80, railroads, wildland-urban interface, and high-pressure underground pipelines. Station 18 is located at ​5840 Horseshoe Bar Road, Loomis CA 95650.

Station 20 is the furthest Station to the north of our District otherwise known as the “Ridgerunners”. The station is located in the area of the District with the greatest threat of a major wildland fire. Station personnel cover an area of AMR’s ambulance service area under an automatic… [read more]
COVID-19 INFORMATION - TFHD

TAHOE FOREST HOSPITAL DISTRICT #69403161


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  • 10121 Pine Ave.
    Truckee, Nevada

Tahoe Forest Hospital District / Tahoe Forest Health System has COVID-19 information here: https://www.tfhd.com/covid/covid-overview. The webpage is also available in Spanish by clicking the language option on the top right corner.

Tahoe / Truckee COVID-19 Vaccines
Visit https://www.tfhd.com/covid-19-vaccine for information about COVID-19 vaccines through Tahoe Forest Hospital District. 

If you are experiencing fever, cough, or shortness of breath, please call the Tahoe Forest Health System COVID-19 Hotline at (530) 582-3450.