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					                     Emergency Response
                     Quick Reference Guide
Dial 9-1-1 for:
           Fire Department
           Police Department
           Ambulance Service
           Sheriff’s Office
           Highway Patrol
           Coast Guard
                         TABLE OF CONTENTS
  Letter From the Superintendent ----------------------------------- 2
  General Guidelines Threat ------------------------------------------- 3
  District Emergency Phone Tree ------------------------------------- 4
  Parent Emergency Phone Numbers ------------------------------- 5
  Bomb Threat and Questionnaire ---------------------------------- 6-7
  Bomb Emergency/Explosion------------------------------------------ 8
  Chemical/Biohazard --------------------------------------------------- 9
  Civil Disturbance --------------------------------------------------------10
  Crime in Progress -------------------------------------------------------11
  Drive-By Shooting -------------------------------------------------------12
  Earthquake ----------------------------------------------------------------13
  Fire---------------------------------------------------------------------------14
  Fallen Aircraft ------------------------------------------------------------15
  Flood -------------------------------------------------------------------------16
  Hostile Intrusion---------------------------------------------------------17
  Traumatic Incidents ----------------------------------------------------18
  Utility Systems ---------------------------------------------------------19
  Windstorm -----------------------------------------------------------------20
  Local Emergency Numbers -------------------------------------------21-24
   A LETTER FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT

Whenever a disaster of any type occurs, the first concern is the
safety of our students, our fellow employees and ourselves. We
must realize that all school district employees are disaster service
workers, subject to such disaster service activities as assigned by
their supervisors or by law. In this guide, you will find a quick
reference for specific situations. All staff members should use this
guide in an emergency. This guide is best kept readily available
to all classrooms and offices by posting adjacent to the exit doors.
Remember, knowing what to do in an emergency may save your
life or the life of a student or fellow employee. We know we can
count on you to use your best judgment in any situation. You
should call #911 whenever you feel that you, your students and/or
colleagues are in danger.
Please use this guideline as a general tool. Obviously, dependent
upon the situation and circumstances, all guidelines may not
apply in all instances. We all play an important role in providing
a safe and secure working environment for ourselves, our
students and our fellow employees.


Thank you,

Diane K. Siri
County Superintendent of Schools
Santa Cruz County Office of Education




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                        GENERAL GUIDELINES

1. Remain with your class group, or report to the disaster center (office/site
   administrator) if you do not have a class group.
2. Assign an individual to meet responding emergency vehicles with pertinent
   information, including but not limited to: directions to location of victim or
   emergency; number, identity and/or description of perpetrators; weapons involved;
   location of fire, gas leak, etc.
3. First Aid: Do not move anyone who is seriously injured unless necessary. Teachers
   are in charge of all first aid for the students in their class group until an emergency
   first aid station is established. Students with major injuries are to remain in the
   classroom supervised by a teacher; children with minor injuries are to remain in the
   classroom supervised by a teacher; children with minor injuries are to be cared for
   after evacuation. Use bottled water until notified that water system is safe.
4. Evacuation: Check with nearby classes when evacuating. If there are seriously
   injured persons who cannot be moved, assign one teacher to remain. Other teachers
   evacuate the rest of the children. (A system of assigning buddy teachers works well
   in an emergency. In an emergency, one teacher will be able to remain with injured
   students while the other teacher safely evacuates the remainder of students to a
   safer location.)
5. Take roll. Send notice to disaster center (office/site administrator) immediately of
   any student who is not with class group, noting possible whereabouts, i.e., at the
   library, absent from school, etc. Take roll periodically throughout the disaster
   period.
          Make a note on class roster of anyone who for any reason leaves the class
           group (i.e. to go to first aid center, disaster center (office/site administrator),
           home, or the home of authorized person.
          Teachers are asked to be specific in noting names and addresses of those to
           whom students are released if other than parents.
          Note on records time child was released.
          Record any unusual behavior or any first aid given.
5. If an injured child is released to anyone other than a parent or authorized person,
   write the child’s name on the child in permanent ink (The child may go into shock or
   become unconscious later and be unable to give his/her name. If a child is sent to a
   medical center away from school, identification is even more essential.)
6. Don’t Panic! Provide leadership. Encourage students to talk about their
   experiences and feelings. Talking is the best way for a fearful child to give
   expression to his/her concerns. Maintaining verbal contact with students will not
   only provide reassurance but will allow the anxious child the means to vent his/her
   apprehensions. Talking it out is absolutely essential in psychological adjustment to
   the disaster.




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         DISTRICT EMERGENCY PHONE TREE




NAME          TITLE                       PHONE      CELL
              Principal
              Director
              Assistant Superintendent
              Assistant Superintendent
              Maintenance Supervisor
              Superintendent
              (Administrative Aide)



Add your own numbers here:
NAME          TITLE               PHONE           CELL




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Parent Emergency Phone Numbers:
Student Name   Parent Name    Home #   Work #   Cell #




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                                   BOMB THREAT

       REMAIN CALM - EVALUATE SITUATION - TAKE ACTION
A bomb threat exists when a suspected bomb or explosive device has been reported, but
not located. A bomb emergency exists if a bomb has been located, or an explosion has
occurred.

BOMB THREAT PROCEDURE:

   Try to gain as much information from the caller as possible (see next page), such as:
       ⇒ detonation time
       ⇒ location of bomb(s)
       ⇒ type of bomb(s)
       ⇒ voice characteristics
       ⇒ background noises, such as: automobiles passing by, phone booth, etc.
       ⇒ reason for bomb threat
   Cease radio communications on campus (2-way, CB, cell phones).
   Report threat to the site/office administrator, then call 911.
   The site/office administrator will determine if a “lock down” situation exists.
   Site/office administrator will coordinate with authorities to determine if evacuation of
    the site is required.
   Teachers, administrators and staff are requested to make a cursory inspection of their
    immediate area for suspicious objects and to report the location of any unusual or out-
    of-place items to authorities.
   ANY SUSPICIOUS OBJECTS ARE TO BE AVOIDED AND DO NOT TOUCH OR
    OPEN ANY SUCH ITEMS FOR INSPECTION.
   Move students a maximum safe distance from the buildings, caution students to stay
    clear of buildings, trashcans and lockers.
   At a non-instructional location, all staff should remain a maximum safe distance from
    the buildings.
   Once out of the building, remain there until an ALL CLEAR signal is given.




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BOMB THREAT QUESTIONNAIRE
(Keep near phone.)
 Exact wording of the threat:




Background noises:
‫ ڤ‬Street noise       ‫ ڤ‬Household noises           Caller’s sex: ______
‫ ڤ‬Animal noises      ‫ ڤ‬Voices
‫ ڤ‬Office machinery ‫ ڤ‬Restaurant                   Approximate age:______
‫ ڤ‬PA System          ‫ ڤ‬Factory machinery
‫ ڤ‬Music              ‫ ڤ‬Traffic          ‫ ڤ‬Other
Callers voice:
‫ ڤ‬Calm             ‫ ڤ‬Angry                        ‫ ڤ‬Excited           ‫ ڤ‬Slow
‫ ڤ‬Rapid            ‫ ڤ‬Soft                         ‫ ڤ‬Loud              ‫ ڤ‬Laughter
‫ ڤ‬Crying           ‫ ڤ‬Normal                       ‫ ڤ‬Distinct          ‫ ڤ‬Slurred
‫ ڤ‬Nasal            ‫ ڤ‬Stutter                      ‫ ڤ‬Lisp              ‫ ڤ‬Raspy
‫ ڤ‬Deep             ‫ ڤ‬Ragged                       ‫ ڤ‬Clearing throat   ‫ ڤ‬Accent
‫ ڤ‬Deep breathing ‫ ڤ‬Cracking voice                 ‫ ڤ‬Distinguished     ‫ ڤ‬Familiar


Threat language:
‫ ڤ‬Foul           ‫ ڤ‬Incoherent
‫ ڤ‬Well-spoken    ‫ ڤ‬Irrational
‫ ڤ‬Taped          ‫ ڤ‬Read from a source
Ask the caller:

When is bomb going to explode?
Where is the bomb?
What kind of bomb is it?
Did you place the bomb?
Why?
What is you name?
What is your address?
Basic call information:                            Your name:
Time of threat:                                    Job title:
Phone number where threat was received:            Date:




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                     BOMB EMERGENCY/EXPLOSION


       REMAIN CALM - EVALUATE SITUATION - TAKE ACTION
A bomb emergency exists if a bomb has been located, or an explosion has occurred. A
bomb threat exists when a suspected bomb or explosive device has been reported, but not
located.

The following actions should be taken if a bomb is found:

   DO NOT TOUCH, MOVE, OR IN ANY WAY HANDLE A SUSPECTED EXPLOSIVE
    DEVICE.
   Cease radio communications on campus (2-way, CB, cell phones).
   Call 911. The dispatcher will ask for information.
   Police will dispatch officers and emergency services.
   Be aware of a potential second device - stay away from explosion area and buildings
    or vehicles. Open areas are best location for gathering/accounting procedures.
   Account for students/staff and evacuate in an orderly manner.
   Move students a maximum safe distance from the buildings, caution students to stay
    clear of buildings, trashcans and lockers.
   At a non-instructional location, all staff should remain a maximum safe distance from
    the buildings.
   Return to the buildings only when the ALL CLEAR signal is given.

The following actions should be taken if an explosion occurs:

   Staff with students should direct students to DROP, COVER and HOLD.
   At a non-instructional location, the office Safety Monitor should direct staff to DROP,
    COVER and HOLD.
   Call 911 as soon as it is safe to do so.
   Be advised that there may be secondary explosions. Students and staff should remain
    in a drop, cover and hold position until it is safe to evacuate the building.
   If no apparent danger exists, staff will remain with the students in the classroom or
    their present location.
   If you are instructed to evacuate, have students proceed to evacuation staging areas.
   Move students a maximum safe distance from the buildings, caution students to stay
    clear of buildings, trashcans and lockers.
   Account for all students and staff.
   Return to the buildings only when the ALL CLEAR signal is given.

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                           CHEMICAL/BIOHAZARD


      REMAIN CALM - EVALUATE SITUATION - TAKE ACTION
A chemical or biohazard emergency may result when a known hazardous material is
immediately dangerous to life or health or an unknown substance has been discovered on
site or in close proximity to the building site.

   Call 911 and the office/site administrator.
   Perform a shelter-in-place. Shut down ventilation systems and seal windows and doors.
   Be prepared to evacuate when directed by the office/site administrator.
   If evacuation is deemed appropriate by the office/site administrator or emergency
    personnel, move students and/or staff a maximum safe distance (or at least 200 feet)
    UPWIND from the contamination.
   Account for all students and staff.
   Return to the buildings only when the ALL CLEAR signal is given.
   If necessary, contact the All Hazards Public Health Authority (bio-terrorism/disaster
    response) at 454-7529.
   If mass immunizations and/or inoculations are needed, call Public Health Nursing at
    454-4114.
Follow all directions given by emergency personnel.




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             CIVIL DISTURBANCE/VIOLENT ACTIVITY

       REMAIN CALM - EVALUATE SITUATION - TAKE ACTION

Campus unrest may result when students move about in large groups, challenging
authority, committing acts of vandalism, gang activity, etc., to the point where the site
administrator determines that the safety of students and staff is jeopardized. The goal is
that of protecting students and all school personnel from injury or harassment until proper
help can be summoned, and keeping property losses and damages to a minimum.

   Call 911, as necessary.
   The site administrator will determine if a “lock down” situation exists.
   In case of a lockdown, secure buildings and rooms according to lockdown procedures.
   Ensure everyone is inside, including any student(s) seeking shelter.
   Lock the doors, close window coverings and stay away from windows.
   Account for all students and staff
   Students are to remain in the building until an ALL CLEAR signal is given.


If in the opinion of the site administrator and law enforcement authorities the group may
be safely addressed, then a selected spokesperson may address the group to inquire as to
the reasons for the demonstration and to inform participants of the legality of the
demonstration, possible consequences of their actions and the intentions of authorities to
take further measures to disburse or control the demonstrators.




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                               CRIME IN PROGRESS


       REMAIN CALM - EVALUATE SITUATION - TAKE ACTION
If you are in the area of a crime in progress, do not attempt to apprehend or interfere with
the criminal except for self-protection.

   If a suspect is encountered (whether in possession of a weapon or not), move in a non-
    threatening manner and direct students (if applicable) away from direct view or contact
    by suspect.
   If the assailant is in possession of a weapon, DROP, COVER and HOLD. If you have
    students with you, first direct the students to do the same.
   In the event gunfire is heard, everyone should be instructed to lie flat on the ground.
   If the situation permits, make note of as many details as possible, such as:

      VEHICLE                                      PERSON
       ⇒ License plate number                      ⇒ Height
      ⇒ Type of vehicle                            ⇒ Weight
       ⇒ Color of vehicle                           ⇒ Color of Hair
       ⇒ Damage to vehicle                          ⇒ Clothing (type and color)
       ⇒ Occupants (number and ethnicity)          ⇒ Weapons (type)
       ⇒ Weapons (type and number)                 ⇒ Ethnicity

   Call 911 as soon as it is safe to do so.
   Refer all media questions and contacts to the Superintendent's Office.




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                             DRIVE-BY SHOOTING

       REMAIN CALM - EVALUATE SITUATION - TAKE ACTION

In the event that a drive-by shooting occurs on or adjacent to a school/building,
these procedures should be followed:
      In classrooms - secure classrooms and DROP, COVER, and HOLD until ALL
       CLEAR signal sounds.
      Call 911 for assistance.
      In open areas - move students to safe areas (classrooms, any type of cover as quickly
       as possible). Initiate DROP and COVER if it is not possible to safely reach enclosed
       areas.
Note: drive-by shootings usually happen very quickly. Unlike hostage situations, the
perpetrators of drive-by shootings usually leave the scene immediately. Staff members, who
witness such incidents, should without putting themselves into danger, attempt to get the
license plate number and an accurate description of the vehicle.




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                                    EARTHQUAKE


       REMAIN CALM - EVALUATE SITUATION - TAKE ACTION

Earthquakes usually strike without warning. Therefore, earthquake drills should be
conducted semi-annually. To ensure student and staff safety, use the following procedures:

INSIDE SCHOOL/BUILDING
The Teacher or Earthquake Safety Monitor implements DROP, COVER and HOLD. All
students and staff should immediately turn away from glass areas and place themselves
under tables and desks. Move away from windows where there are large panes of glass and
out from under heavy, suspended light fixtures.

EVACUATE
If necessary, or indicated by alarm according to your pre-established evacuation route or via
instructions when the earthquake is over. DO NOT RUN. Advise students/staff not to
touch electrical wires and avoid using matches and lighters until the area is declared safe.

OUTSIDE OF SCHOOL/BUILDING
The Teacher or Earthquake Safety Monitor implements DROP, COVER and HOLD. The
safest place is in the open, away from any potential falling objects (i.e. trees, power lines,
buildings, portable backstops, etc.). Stay in the open until the earthquake is over or until
further directions are given.

CHECK ALL UTILITIES




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                                          FIRE


       REMAIN CALM - EVALUATE SITUATION - TAKE ACTION

   Regardless of the size of the fire, activate the school fire alarm and EVACUATE. Move
    students and staff in an orderly fashion according to established exit routes to the
    designated assembly areas.
   Call 911 with all pertinent information.
   Close doors and windows (leave unlocked).
   Under no circumstances is a student to re-enter the building during the time of
    emergency or drill.
   Teachers and Fire Safety Monitors accompany students and staff to designated
    assembly areas.
   Account for all students and staff.
   Return to the buildings only when the ALL CLEAR signal is given.




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                                FALLEN AIRCRAFT


       REMAIN CALM - EVALUATE SITUATION - TAKE ACTION

If an aircraft falls on or near school or COE property, implement the following procedures:

   Seek shelter and DROP, COVER and HOLD. Evacuate to a safe location when safe to
    do so.
   Call 911 for assistance.
   The office/site administrator will determine which emergency action should be
    implemented. When necessary, teachers will take immediate action to insure the safety
    of students if the site administrator is unable to direct emergency action.
   Students and staff must be kept at a safe distance from the aircraft; the aircraft may
    explode.
   Do not remain down-wind of a burning aircraft. Always avoid power and utility lines.
   Account for all students and staff.
   The office/site administrator will direct further action as required.




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                                           FLOOD


       REMAIN CALM - EVALUATE SITUATION - TAKE ACTION


The predicted extent of the flood or tidal wave and the amount of time available before it
arrives will determine the course of action to be taken.

The office/site administrator may initiate any of the following emergency actions considered
necessary:


   Provide care for students at school.
   Close school and/or offices and send students and staff home.
   Evacuate school site or building to safer ground.
   Coordinate with County Office of Emergency Services.




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                               HOSTILE INTRUSION

       REMAIN CALM - EVALUATE SITUATION - TAKE ACTION

A hostile intrusion is any situation encountered whereby the person or animal is or
has the potential to become hostile or out-of-control (i.e. person who threatens
someone’s life, rabid animal, wild animal, etc.)

OUTSIDE CLASSROOM

   Call 911 for assistance. Evaluate the situation and decide whether to have the students
    proceed immediately to nearest classroom, drop and cover, or evacuate in the opposite
    direction of the intrusion. If safe to do so, the best option is usually to proceed to the
    nearest classroom.
   Otherwise, take cover or move students in opposite direction of the hostile environment.

INSIDE CLASSROOM/BUILDING

   In classrooms and/or offices, initiate a lockdown by locking doors, closing
    curtains/blinds, closing windows, and turning off lights.
   Direct students and staff to DROP, COVER, and HOLD until situation is resolved.
   All school personnel not responsible for classes should take cover in immediate area
    where working, if safe.
   Remain in place until ALL CLEAR signal is given, regardless of how
    long it takes.
   Turn on your computer, if safe, to receive possible e-mail for directions and/ or
    information.
   Turn down any radios/cell phones.

HOSTAGE SITUATION

   Remain calm. Talk with the intruder in a low, non-threatening manner.
   Keep your distance.
   Do not attempt to deceive, threaten or antagonize the intruder.
   Relinquish initial control of the situation in order to maintain safe alternative future
    actions.
   Maintain order among students.
   Be constantly alert and prepared for violence.

NOTE: If any site becomes involved in a hostage situation, the primary concern must
be the safety of students and staff. Individuals who take hostages are frequently
emotionally disturbed, and the key to dealing with them is to make every attempt to avoid
antagonizing them. Communication must be handled in a non-threatening, non-joking
manner, always remembering that it may take very little to cause such people to become
violent.


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                              TRAUMATIC INCIDENTS


       REMAIN CALM - EVALUATE SITUATION - TAKE ACTION


A traumatic incident is a situation that occurs on-site during school hours and may include
but not limited to the following: Suicide, violent crime scene, nervous breakdown, physical
ailment that results in sudden death, racial issues, etc.

County Mental Health Contacts
       Gina Swan, Emergency Response Team Coordinator ---------- 454-4944/763-8951
       Or if unable to reach her, call:
       Peter Spofford, Mental Health Disaster/Trauma Coordinator --------------454-4426
Grief Busters – Hospice ------------------------------------------------------------------688-7684
Superintendent’s Office (SCCOE) ---------------------------------------- 479-5310/479-5220


   Keep students away from the incident.
   The site administrator may initiate a lockdown and call 911 as appropriate.
   Account for all students.
   Wait for the ALL CLEAR signal.
   If needed, provide emotional support for students and staff via counselors and
    psychologists. Utilize all available Santa Cruz County Office of Education resources.
   Once all Santa Cruz County Office of Education resources are utilized, county health
    services may be utilized.
   Consult the Santa Cruz County Office of Education School Emergency Mental Health
    Response Resource Binder/CD.




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          UTILITY SYSTEMS (GAS, WATER, ELECTRIC)


     REMAIN CALM - EVALUATE SITUATION - TAKE ACTION


   Call 911.


   The office/site administrator will determine which emergency action should be
    implemented. Be ready to evacuate to the emergency evacuation assembly areas.


   If conditions are unsafe, evacuate students and/or staff to emergency evacuation
    assembly areas.


   If safe to do so and if directed, shut off the appropriate main valve or switch.


   Contact your district facility services.


   Account for all students and/or staff.


   Return to the buildings only when the ALL CLEAR signal is given.




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                                     WINDSTORM


       REMAIN CALM - EVALUATE SITUATION - TAKE ACTION

When high winds develop during school hours without warning, implement the following
emergency actions:

   Assemble students and staff inside permanent buildings that are not in the direct path
    of the wind. Stay away from portable buildings.
   Close windows and blinds; move everyone away from windows.
   Take roll call.
   Students and staff should be kept at the school/building until the winds have subsided
    and it is safe to return them to classrooms or send them home.
   If damage occurs to electrical wires and/or buildings, call 911 for assistance.




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                         Emergency Telephone Numbers

Dial 9-1-1 for:
           Fire Department
           Police Department
           Ambulance Service
           Sheriff’s Office
           Highway Patrol
           Coast Guard
All Hazards Public Health Authority (Bio-terrorism) -----------------------4547529

American Red Cross ---------------------------------------------------------------462-2881

Centers for the Disease Control and Prevention ---------------------- 800-311-3435

Child Abuse Hotline ----------------------------------------------------------------454-2273

Child Protective Services --------------------------------------------------- 454-4222/763-8850

Disaster Preparedness (County) -------------------------------------------------454-2282

Emergency Broadcast System ----------------------------------------------------458-7150
     EBS access only when Emergency Operations Center operational –
     Number is for Public Information Officer.

Emergency Services Department ------------------------------------------- 911 or 429-1580

Environmental Health -------------------------------------------------------------454-2022

Fire Departments -------------------------------------------------------------------911

        Aptos- La Selva Fire Department --------------------------------------911
                  Administration -------------------------------------------------685-6690
        Ben Lomond Fire Department ------------------------------------------911
                  Administration -------------------------------------------------336-5495
        Bonny Doon Fire -----------------------------------------------------------911
                  Administration -------------------------------------------------426-1561
        Boulder Creek Fire Department ----------------------------------------911
                  Administration -------------------------------------------------338-7222
        California Department of Forestry & Fire ------------------911/335-9113
                  Administration -------------------------------------------------335-5353
        Central (Capitola, Soquel, Live Oak) Fire Department -----------911
                  Administration -------------------------------------------------479-6842
        Davenport Fire -------------------------------------------------------------911

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                  Administration -------------------------------------------------457-2466
        Felton Fire Department --------------------------------------------------911
                  Administration -------------------------------------------------335-4422

        Santa Cruz Fire Department --------------------------------------------911
                   Administration -------------------------------------------------420-5280
        Scotts Valley Fire Department ------------------------------------------911
                   Administration -------------------------------------------------438-0211
        Watsonville Fire Department -------------------------------------------911
                   Administration -------------------------------------------------728-6060

Ham Radio Operators
     ARES (pronounced Airs) and RACES (pronounced Racees) Primary
     organization in Santa Cruz County but serving Santa Cruz proper. Call first name
     on list first and then proceed down list until you reach someone.

        Name                    Work #                  Home #
        Richard Hanset          408-839-1530            831-438-0615
        Frank Wyatt             N/A                     831-461-1525
        George Smith            N/A                     408-353-1384
        Phil Peterson           831-423-7913 x228       831-423-8756
        Bob Wiser               831-440-3272            831-728-4198
                                                        Cell: 831-239-8360
        Jim Piper               408-972-3847            831-662-2766 or 8877

        VEECOM (Valley Citizen’s Band Group)
        Frank Wyatt      831-461-1525

Healthcare Outreach ---------------------------------------------------------------454-2515

Health Services Agency ----------------------------------------------------- 454-4800/763-8990

Highway Patrol ----------------------------------------------------------------------911
     Alternate emergency # for San Lorenzo, Scotts Valley, Santa Cruz-425-7878
     Alternate emergency number – all others --------------------------------662-0511
     Road Conditions ------------------------------------------------------ 800-427-7623

                                              Hospitals
        Dominican Hospital (Santa Cruz) ---------------------------------------462-7700
        Community Hospital (Watsonville)-------------------------------------724-4741
        Sutter Maternity & Surgery Center(Santa Cruz)---------------------477-2200
        Santa Cruz Surgery Center (Santa Cruz) -----------------------------462-5512

Human Resources Agency --------------------------------------------------------454-4130

Medical Facilities
      Santa Cruz County Health Services Agency
                  Santa Cruz ------------------------------------------------------454-4100
                  Watsonville -----------------------------------------------------763-8400

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       Boulder Creek Medical, 13350 Big Basin Way-----------------------338-6491
       Clinica Del Valle Del Pajaro, 850 Freedom Blvd. --------------------761-1588


       Doctors On Duty
                 Aptos, 6800 Soquel Drive ------------------------------------662-3611
                 Santa Cruz, 615 Ocean Street --------------------------------425-7991
                 Watsonville, 1505 Main --------------------------------------722-1444
       Planned Parenthood
                 Santa Cruz, 1119 Pacific Ave --------------------------------426-5550
                 Watsonville, 40 Penny Lane ---------------------------------724-7525
       Salud Para La Gente ------------------------------------------------------728-0222
       Santa Cruz Medical Clinic
                 Aptos, 7600 Old Dominion Court ---------------------------458-6200
                 Santa Cruz, 115 Locust ---------------------------------------458-5670
                 Santa Cruz, 2025 Soquel -------------------------------------423-4111
                 Scotts Valley, 4615 Scotts Valley Drive -------------------458-6330
                 Watsonville, 550 Green Valley Road -----------------------458-5865
                 Westside, 1203 Mission Street-------------------------------458-6300

Mental Health Contacts
      Gina Swan, Emergency Response Team Coordinator

.      454-4944/763-8951
       Or if unable to reach her, call:
       Peter Spofford, Mental Health Disaster/Trauma Coordinator --------454-4426

Office of Emergency Services ----------------------------------------------------458-7150
       Mike Dever, Emergency Services Coordinator -------------------------cell 566-2022

Pacific Gas & Electric Company ------------------------------------------------426-8300
                          Or ---------------------------------------------------688-1918

Poison Control Center -------------------------------------------------------- 1-800-662-9886

Public Health Nursing (mass immunizations) -------------------------------- 454-4114

SBC Phone Company – Emergency Repair-------------------------------------611
                  Information ----------------------------------------------411

Santa Cruz County Office of Education ---------------------------------- 476-7140
      Reporting Emergencies --------------------------------------------479-5310/479-5220
      Shortwave --------------------------------------------------------------- 463.775 MZ

Sheriff’s Dispatch -------------------------------------------------------------- 911
       Non-emergency officer requested--------------------------------471-1121/471-1150
       Business Administration, 8-5 Mon-Fri --------------------------454-2414

Toxic Chemical and Oil Spills ----------------------------------------------- 1-800-698-6942

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Water Companies
      Big Basin Water District -------------------------------------------------338-2933
                 After hours ------------------------------------------------------338-2645
      Central Water District ----------------------------------------------------688-2767
      San Lorenzo Valley -------------------------------------------------------338-2153
      Santa Cruz Water Department -----------------------------------------429-3666
                 After hours ------------------------------------------------------429-3680
      Scotts Valley Water District ---------------------------------------------438-2363
      Soquel Creek Water Company -----------------------------------------475-8500
      Watsonville Water Department-----------------------------------------728-6025
                 After hours (Police Dept) -------------------------------------728-6110




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