Emergency Services

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When the operator answers, say your name and give your location, including the exact address if you known it. Tell the operator what happened and if anyone is injured, especially if anyone is bleeding or unconscious. Stay on the line until the operator tells you it is okay to hang up.

Don’t rush over to an injured person unless it’s safe for you to do so. Don’t go near burning cars or buildings and stay away from downed power lines. If it’s not safe to assist an injured person, wait for the emergency response team to arrive.

If you have a cell phone, always keep the battery charged and carry it with you. If you see anything dangerous or suspicious, contact the Police Department immediately at 942-2810.

Fire Department
1113 Washington Street
Calistoga, CA 94515
Phone: 707-942-2840
Fax: 707-942-4863

Medical Services

Office of Emergency Services

Police Department
1235 Washington Street
Calistoga, CA 94515
Phone: 707-942-2810
Fax: 707-942-2819

Prepare in Advance for an Emergency
Knowing what to do ahead of time can help you deal with an emergency in a calm and effective manner. We advise everyone in the Calistoga area to take a basic first-aid class and, if possible, a class in Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation(CPR). These classes are available from the American Heart Association:

American Heart Association
1400 Dutton Avenue
Santa Rosa, CA 95401
Phone: 707-542-1992
Fax: 707-576-7377