Emergencies

Fire, Medical or Police:       9-1-1
So Cal Edison:   800-611-1911
Gas Co 800-427-2200
Mental health: 805-652-6727
Poison assistance: 800-876-4766
After-hours water: 805-388-5325
After-hours sewer: 805-389-4516

 






Emergency Coordinator
Phone:
(805) 388-5349
Email

Emergencies

Fire, Medical or Police: 9-1-1
So Cal Edison: 800-611-1911
Gas Co: 800-427-2200
Mental health assistance: 805-652-6727
Poison assistance: 800-876-4766
After-hours water utility: 805-388-5325
After-hours sewer overflow: 805-389-4516
After-hours fallen tree/limb on City street: 805-388-5325
Traffic Signal (inoperative / malfunctioning): 805-383-5603


USEFUL LINKS
REGISTER FOR VC ALERT
VC Alert logo (2019)

Register your cell phone and/or email at www.readyventuracounty.org/vc-alert to be automatically notified during an emergency affecting Camarillo. Land lines are automatically added to the system.

PUBLIC SAFETY POWER SHUTOFF (PSPS)
Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) is a program that calls for the proactive de-energizing of power lines in High Fire Risk Areas when certain conditions warrant.
PSPS Information Packet and Circuit Maps
Frequently Asked Questions
Flyer - English
Flyer - Spanish

SPECIAL NEEDS REGISTRY
Emergencies can happen at any time and may trigger an evacuation order. The City maintains a Special Needs Registry for people who live at home and would need assistance to safely evacuate. This registry is self-referred and confidential. This information is maintained at the Camarillo Emergency Operations Center (EOC). First responders may access this information in the case of an evacuation order for a specific neighborhood in Camarillo.

If you or someone you know needs assistance to safely evacuate, please contact the CERT Coordinator to sign up for the Special Needs Registry. Information collected will be the person’s name, issue(s) of concern, address, phone number, and an emergency contact.
Heidi Zahrt, CERT Coordinator
(805) 383-5688 
hzahrt@cityofcamarillo.org

EDUCATING JILL
Emergency JillThis is a light-hearted look at the serious issue of preparing your home for an emergency. With help from the Ventura County Sheriff and Fire Departments, and the American Red Cross, Jill learns how to get her home prepared for emergencies in Ventura County. To view it now click HERE.



EXTREME HEAT RESOURCES
REMINDER: Drink plenty of water on hot days!
https://www.ready.gov/heat
http://www.wrh.noaa.gov/wrh/heatrisk/
List of Cooling Centers in Ventura County
Centros Para el Alvio Del Calor en el Condado de Ventura 2019


Residents are invited to beat the heat at these air-conditioned Camarillo locations: 
Camarillo Public Library
4101 Las Posas Road
(805) 388-5222
Pleasant Valley Senior Center
1605 East Burnley (corner of Carmen/Burnley)
(805) 482-4881 

FLOOD TERMINOLOGY
Flood Watch: Flooding is possible. Tune in to NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) Weather Radio, commercial radio, or television for information. 
Flash Flood Watch: Flash flooding is possible. Be prepared to move to higher ground; listen to NOAA  (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) Weather Radio, commercial radio, or television for information. 
Flood Warning: Flooding is occurring or will occur soon; if advised to evacuate, do so immediately. 
Flash Flood Warning: A flash flood is occurring; seek higher ground on foot immediately.