The Town of Danville aims to keep you connected and informed about what’s happening in our community.
During Emergencies, the Town will provide notifications and updates via:
CONTRA COSTA COMMUNITY WARNING SYSTEM (CWS)
Text your zip code to 888777 to receive local emergency notifications or sign-up at www.nixle.com/city/ca/danville/
RED FLAG WARNINGS
The National Weather Service may issue Red Flag Warnings when extreme weather conditions produce an increased risk of fire danger www.weather.gov/bayarea
PG&E PUBLIC SAFETY POWEr SHUTOFF ALERTS:
To sign up for alerts from PG&E regarding the planned Public Safety Power Shutoffs (PSPS) and to get great tips on how to be ready in an emergency, go to www.pge.com/emergencypreparedness
Gas Leaks or Downed Power Lines
Leave the area immediately. Call 9-1-1 first, then PG&E at 1-800-743-5000
PG&E Outages pgealerts.alerts.pge.com/outagecenter/
FOLLOW SAN RAMON VALLEY FIRE DISTRICT
FOLLOW CALFIRE SCU
Bay Area Air Quality Management district Current Air Quality
Purple Air www.purpleair.com/
The Earthquake Notification Service (ENS) is a free service that can send you automated notification emails or text notifications to your cell when earthquakes happen in your area.
PulsePoint Respond is a 911-connected app that can immediately inform you of emergencies occurring in your community and can request your help when CPR is needed nearby. www.pulsepoint.org/
- KCBS (740 AM & 106.9 FM)
- KGO (810 AM)
- KGO (ABC 7)
- KPIX (CBS 5)
- KRON (IND 4)
- KTVU (FOX 2),
- KNTV (Channel 11) / NBC Bay Area
Preparing for Emergencies
- Check landline backup batteries and replace if necessary.
- Fully charge mobile phones, devices, batteries, and portable rechargers.
- Back up computer data and print out important personal emergency information.
- Note local emergency and non-emergency numbers.
- Consider buying a battery-operated, solar-powered, or hand-cranked radio or portable TV.
During & After an Emergency
- Seek shelter and monitor emergency broadcasts.
- Switch phones and devices to power-saving modes and turn off when not in use.
- Call 911 only when necessary and limit non-emergency calls. You can also text 911.
- Avoid repetitive redialing. Text messages may go through when voice calls cannot.
- If evacuated, forward your landline to your cell phone, if possible.