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for some helpful information on the Covid-19 pandemic.



Information on the Coronavirus
(COVID-19)

**For the most current Covid-19 Information & Updates for Santa Cruz County, CLICK HERE to go to the County of Santa Cruz Health Services Agency COVID-19 webpage.

**For the latest news on COVID-19, text "covid19" to 211211. This service has been set up by the Santa Cruz County Public Health Service and the United Way.

**The Health Officer of Santa Cruz County has ordered the use of FACE COVERINGS, effective at 11:59pm on April 24, 2020: "This Order temporarily requires the use of Face Coverings in order to further slow transmission of Novel Coronavirus Disease 2019 ("COVID-19")." The Order will continue to be in effect until further notice. To read the full Order, CLICK HERE.

**On March 16, 2020, the Santa Cruz County Health Officer ordered all individuals currently living within Santa Cruz County to SHELTER IN PLACE at their place of residence. The Order was extended to May 3rd. The intent of this Order is to ensure that the maximum number of people self-isolate in their places of residence to the maximum extent feasible, while enabling essential services to continue, to slow the spread of COVID-19 to the maximum extent possible. Violation of or failure to comply with this Order is a misdemeanor punishable by fine, imprisonment, or both. (California Health and Safety Code 120295, et seq.) CLICK HERE to read the full Shelter In Place Order.

**A FAQ sheet regarding the outbreak COVID-19 is available below. The City is sending this information out to answer common questions and keep you informed. There are English and Spanish FAQ sheets provided below as PDFs. Links to the County Health Services Agency and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are also provided below. 

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We're Hiring!

Have you ever wondered what it is like behind the scenes at 9-1-1? Do you have an interest in a future career at a 9-1-1 agency? We have an open recruitment for a part-time COMMUNICATIONS INTERN! This is your chance to be part of a dynamic team, build your office and communication skills, and support your community. You will get a unique understanding of how our emergency communications center serves our communities and first responders. Go to ou
r Careers/Employment Opportunities
page to get the scoop!



SCR9-1-1 is a team of dedicated individuals
who serve our communities and first responders 24/7.
Learn about us and what we do...
**Read our 2019 ANNUAL REPORT.**






Do you have a minimum of one year of public safety dispatching experience?
Go to Careers/Employment Opportunities page for the details and Application.



Call 9-1-1

What happens when you call 9-1-1?  When you dial 9-1-1 in an emergency situation, our trained emergency call-takers ask you specific questions for important reasons. We have some valuable tips to pass on to you---so you can be a good reporting party with helpful eyes and ears for our 9-1-1 dispatch team and first responders. CLICK HERE to learn some key information.

Register your Cellular or VOIP Phone for Reverse 9-1-1  Emergency Notifications


Click on either link above to register your cellular or VOIP phone in the Emergency Notification system used by Santa Cruz Regional 9-1-1 personnel. The CodeRED notification system sends important messages to residents and businesses within Santa Cruz & San Benito Counties in the event of emergency situations or critical community alerts. The system has the capability of sending thousands of messages in a very short time based on geographic location of an incident. Examples of notifications include: evacuations, bio-terrorism alerts, missing person reports, and severe weather alerts. (NOTE: If you are having issues enrolling your contact information into CodeRED, try using a different web browser.)



PulsePoint logoPulsePoint icons

With PulsePoint, your local emergency dispatch system immediately alerts CPR-trained citizens about a nearby sudden cardiac arrest event through the free PulsePoint Respond mobile app, and directs them to the exact location of the closest public access AED (automated external defibrillator). The free PulsePoint AED mobile app lets citizens register and update AED locations so that emergency responders---nearby citizens trained in CPR or local firefighters, police or medics---can find an AED close to them when a cardiac emergency occurs. Visit www.PulsePoint.org to download the apps and for more info.


More Information About Santa Cruz Regional 9-1-1


Last update 5/21/20


Santa Cruz Regional 9-1-1
495 Upper Park Rd.
Santa Cruz, CA 95065
(831) 471-1000

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