EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS STARTS WITH YOU

Disasters and emergencies can affect anyone at any time. It is important that every individual, family, business and organization is prepared to be self-sustaining should an emergency occur. This includes being prepared in your home, workplace and vehicle. 

Communities with members who are prepared can evacuate safely and more effectively! 

Before a Disaster

During a Disaster

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Opt-in to receive emergency text messaging to your cell phone:
Text SRALERTS to 888777

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TEXT ALERTS

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Residents of Deschutes County can register a cell phone or landline to receive voice messaging alerts

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PHONE ALERTS

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Pre-planning is the first step in you and your family being ready to handle any emergency

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PLAN & PREPARE

From winter storms to wildfires, Central Oregon is vulnerable to
a variety of natural disasters 

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AREA THREATS

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What to do if the order has been given to evacuate Sunriver due to an imminent threat

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EVACUATION

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You've been told to go, but where do you go? Information on shelters or sheltering in place

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SHELTERS

Once the evacuation order is lifted, what you may find or what to expect when you return home

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GOING HOME

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Be sure to sign up for text and/or phone messaging alerts BEFORE an emergency occurs!
 

Have your cell phone within hearing range and be sure the volume is turned ON - DAY OR NIGHT!

EMERGENCY? Dial 911
Non-emergency 24/7 dispatch: 541-693-6911

Business office

Sunriver Police: 541-593-1014

Sunriver Fire: 541-593-8622

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The Sunriver Service District, Sunriver Owners Association, fire/law enforcement agencies of Deschutes County

assume no liability for the use/misuse of information in this website. Information subject to change.