Ways to Contact Us!

The following list contains examples of types of situations where you might call 9-1-1. You should call 9-1-1 for anything that requires an emergency response from Police, Fire, or Medical personnel, not just those situations listed here.

911 Emergencies

  • A house on fire
  • A man shot
  • A suicidal woman
  • An injured child
  • Possible heart attack
  • A suspicious trespasser
  • Someone with a gun
  • Medical Needed


Non Emergency

  • A previously reported crime
  • Lost/Found property
  • A noise complaint
  • A stolen bicycle

Call (530)


  • Information about a police report
  • To leave a message for an officer

Call (530)



When you call

When you call, we need to know as much as you can tell us about:

  •  What has occurred?
  •  Where did it occur?
  •  When did it occur?
  •  Any injuries?
  •  Were any weapons involved?
  •  Any associated vehicles? (Color, Year, Make, Body Style, License Plate)
  •  Suspect description? (Sex, Race, Age, Height, Weight, Hair, Eyes, Glasses, Tattoos, Marks, Scars, Complexion, Hat, Coat, Shirt, Pants, Shoes)