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The Deer Springs Fire Safe Council operates a subscription-based information messaging system for residents of the Deer Springs Fire Protection District. This system is for informational purposes only for emergencies that are threatening the area within the boundaries of the Fire District.In the event of an emergency (fire or otherwise) threatening our communities, volunteer coordinators and observers would closely monitor the situation through observation, radio communications, and coordination with public safety officials. If the determination is made to notify residents of the entire District or individual communities within the District, an appropriate message would be be sent to the telephones of residents who have registered for this service. The automated dialer is a computer-based system capable of dialing dozens of numbers simultaneously and can call all currently registered numbers in approximately 20 minutes.

If you are not registered for this valuable free service, a registration form may be found HERE (a new window will open).  You must sign this form and mail it to the address provided. To assure privacy, your telephone numbers will only be used for the Emergency Communication System.
 
Please Note: This system is not affiliated with the San Diego County Reverse 9-1-1 system and is informational only. It  will not be used to issue an evacuation order. As it is a volunteer operated service dependent on operational telephone lines, it is not possible to guarantee that it will notify all residents in the event of activation.
If you receive a Fire Council advisory notice in the future, please do not call 9-1-1 for more information as that number is ONLY for reporting emergencies. Calls for information can overwhelm the switchboards and possibly cause delays in answering emergency calls. Calls to the Deer Springs Fire Protection District Office will likely go unanswered as all personnel will be dealing with the emergency.

This emergency communications system service is free to the registered residents of the District. However, it costs several hundred dollars each time it is activated (annual test included) and relies entirely on donations for its existence. A donation to the Fire Safe Council is not required, but a donation of $10 (or more) per registered telephone number would be greatly appreciated to help defray the cost of this valuable service.