Natural Gas Safety PDF Print E-mail

To mark the 20th anniversary of the Northridge earthquake, Southern California Gas Company (SoCalGas®) would like to remind customers about natural gas safety in the event of an earthquake.

If you smell gas, hear the sound of gas escaping or see signs of a leak, do not light a match, candle or cigarette and do not turn electrical devices – not even a light switch – on or off, or use any device that can cause a spark. Immediately evacuate the area of the leak and, from a safe location, call SoCalGas at 1-800-427-2200.

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West Nile Virus Alert PDF Print E-mail
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West Nile Virus infected birds have been found in Arcadia and Covina.

The San Gabriel Valley Mosquito & Vector Control District has issued a press release 
outlining important information.

Report dead birds and squirrels to the WNV Hotline at
(877) WNV-BIRD (877-968-2473) or
www.westnile.ca.gov.

Report mosquito problems to (626) 814-9466 or www.sgvmosquito.org.

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Notification System PDF Print E-mail
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This service is provided by Connect CTY and will be used to notify residents and business owners in the event of an emergency, or other event where water quality, traffic routes or other issues that may be affect the public, missing person and other public safety alerts. Notifications may also be sent notifying residents of major City sponsored community events.
Calls are made using publicly available telephone numbers unless residents choose to add other numbers. E-mail and text messaging notifications are also options that may be added.

Residents and business owners may sign-up to add and delete notification options, including cell phones and/or e-mail addresses. Click here.

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Air Quality Reports PDF Print E-mail
You may get a daily update regarding levels of radiation in Southern California at AQMD’s website at www.aqmd.gov.

Monitors operated by AQMD/EPA will detect any change in outdoor radiation levels.

Further general information on EPA’s radiation monitoring network can be found at http://www.epa.gov/narel/radnet/.

The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s response to an th Japan  situation can be found at http://www.nrc.gov/.