Fire Safety Prevention Townhall

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Good Evening!


Join me TONIGHT as I host a Townhall meeting along with representative from Assemblymember Buffy Wicks' office and Berkeley Vice Mayor Susan Wengraf to discuss lessons learned from the 2017-2018 California Wildfires and how Oakland, Berkeley and the State of California are preparing for anticipated wildfires in 2019. Learn to protect your home from wildfire, create safer neighborhoods, and be prepared for emergencies. There will also be informative handouts, refreshments and snacks will be provided.

 

Thursday, June 20, 2019 at 6:00pm
Joaquin Miller Community Center
3594 Sanborn Drive, Oakland, CA 94602

 

For more information contact: (510) 238-7004 or district4@oaklandca.gov

 

Partners: Oakland Fire Department; Oakland Firesafe Council; CAL-Fire; United Policyholders, Consumer Advocacy Nonprofit for Disaster Survivors; Communities of Oakland Respond to Emergencies; East Bay Municipal Utilities District, East Bay Regional Park District; Office of Alameda County Assessor Phong La and PG&E. 

 

Hope to see you there! 

 

Sincerely,

 
Sheng Thao
Council Member, District 4

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Contact Us!

Please feel free to contact my office and me at 510-238-7004 or at District4@Oaklandca.gov.


Important City Resource Numbers 

GENERAL INFORMATION: 444-CITY

POLICE (NON EMERGENCY): 777-3333

POLICE EMERGENCY (ON CELL PHONE): 777-3211

MAYOR: 238-3141

CITY COUNCIL: 238-3266

CITY ADMINISTRATOR: 238-3301

BLIGHT/CODE ENFORCEMENT: 238-3381

PERMITS: 238-3443

PARKS/REC PROGRAMS: 238-3092

PARKING CITATIONS: 800-500-6484

GARBAGE: 613-8710

DRUG HOTLINE: 238-DRUG

PROSTITUTION HOTLINE: 238-2373

PUBLIC WORKS CALL CENTER: 615-5566

PEDESTRIAN SAFETY: 238-3466

RECYCLING: 238-7283

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