Pecos Canyon News
The Pecos Valley has been designated as a Planning Stage for evacuation.
To see interactive map for evacuation status click HERE TO SEE MAP
. ~Eric Roybal
911 Address Explained
When you dial 911 from your landline telephone, emergency dispatchers should immediately be able to view your physical address and your phone number. This is important as this is the address emergency responders will use to locate your residence and must match our map books. Also, if someone was able to dial 911 but was not able to talk for some reason, your physical address would be shown to the dispatcher and we would still be able to find you.
Another very important part of Enhanced 911 is that dispatchers can actually call all phone numbers simultaneously in a certain area to alert residents of an emergency, of an evacuation or to shelter in place.
Therefore, it is very important that the information you are using matches the database below. If you are currently using a different address, we ask that you use the address provided to you in this data base and if the database does not show a phone number for you, we ask that you provide one to the county for your own protection. This database does not allow you to make any changes to your information, to do so you must contact Mario Vasquez at San Miguel County.
You can "look-up" your physical address by typing the address you are currently using into the search fields. If after using the Help section, your address still does not come up, either you are using an incorrect address or your address is not correct in the database. In either case, please contact: Mario Vasquez Mvasquez@smcounty.net or (505) 454-1654, ext 208 to resolve the issue.
In addition, please remember to post your physical address in a visible location and use reflective lettering that can be easily seen in the dark.
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