Crime/Safety Updates from Camarillo Police

Camarillo police said they will begin posting information such as crimes and safety updates to a private social network aimed at fostering more neighbor-to-neighbor communication.

Police will join on Thursday, 7/31/14.

Neighbors across the country use Nextdoor to share information on neighborhood watch programs and safety issues, local events, school activities, upcoming garage sales, . . . → Read More: Crime/Safety Updates from Camarillo Police

SRV Emergency Radio Network Public Meeting-March 26th

The Santa Rosa Valley Emergency Radio Network (SRV_ERN) will hold a face-to-face public meeting on Tuesday, March 26, 2013, 7PM at the RSRPOA Clubhouse, 11701 E Las Posas Rd.

The Network is designed to incorporate a two-way radio link in every home and business in the Santa Rosa Valley. Participants regularly meet on the air . . . → Read More: SRV Emergency Radio Network Public Meeting-March 26th

Amateur Radio License Class

For those interested in obtaining an Amateur Radio License

The Conejo Valley Amateur Radio Club is offering a nine week class to prepare you to take the entry level Amateur Radio License exam starting this Friday, November 30th. The class will be held each Friday at the East County Sheriff’s Station on Olson Road from . . . → Read More: Amateur Radio License Class

Protect Your Property – Farm Watch Feb-Mar 2012

Special Santa Rosa Valley Information Website Excerpt from the Ventura County Sheriff’s


The overall crime rate for this period vs. the same time period last year shows a decrease, however, we continue to have larcenies that include farm equipment and . . . → Read More: Protect Your Property – Farm Watch Feb-Mar 2012

Emergency Radio Network Open Meeting

The Santa Rosa Valley has a radio network organized to facilitate neighborhood communications. This network is envisioned to allow every home and business in the Valley to have communications in the event of a major disaster or emergency.

Through the use of relatively inexpensive two-way radios, individuals can be connected to others in their neighborhood, . . . → Read More: Emergency Radio Network Open Meeting

Alerting Systems

SRV-Alert Many of you have been part of SRV-Alert, the alerting system offered here in the Santa Rosa Valley as part of our Santa Rosa Valley – Emergency Radio Network (SRV-ERN). This system provides SMS Text Messages when we are aware of events or activities of timely importance. It is also used to activate the . . . → Read More: Alerting Systems

National Emergency Alert System Test

The following announcement has been issued by the Ventura County Office of Emergency Services:

************************** On November 9, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. PST the first ever nationwide testing of the Emergency Alert System (EAS) will take place. You may be familiar with the local or state level EAS because it is used to broadcast weather . . . → Read More: National Emergency Alert System Test

SRV CERT Trailer

The long awaited Emergency Preparedness Trailer for use by the Santa Rosa Valley Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) will debut on Thursday, October 20, 2011, at 4 p.m kamagra oral jelly prix. during a special open house in the East parking lot at Santa Rosa Technology Magnet School. The entire community is invited to come . . . → Read More: SRV CERT Trailer

Gas Line Damage

This morning at about 10:25 AM a large percentage of the Valley thought that a jet plane was landing in their back yard. What actually occurred was a tractor plowing in the field South of Santa Rosa Road and East of E Las Posas Road damaged one of the very high pressure gas lines that . . . → Read More: Gas Line Damage

Earthquake Weather ?

I don’t know if it is because some think this is Earthquake Weather, or if it is because FEMA’s Individual and Community Preparedness Division kicked off this year’s Earthquake Preparedness Campaign today, but United Press International released a story this afternoon that everyone in Southern California needs to read.

Study: Quake could cripple Calif. economy

. . . → Read More: Earthquake Weather ?