This can include information such as the following:
- A home or building that is difficult to find because of a long driveway, an out of sequence address, a building that can't be seen from the road, or a drive that runs of a side street.
- A person(s) at an address who has difficulty/is unable to speak or communicate a request for help, or who has severely limited mobility.
- Hazards to responders such as chemicals or fuels stored onsite, or a builiding that is structurally unsafe to enter.
We no longer are taking requests to flag an address. Instead you may provide this information by using Smart 911.
All submitted information is confidential and will only be used by the 9-1-1 Center staff and public safety responders (law enforcement, fire, EMS). Information provided will require that it be updated every 6 months so that it is as up to date as possible.
For Businesses you may also build up your profiles with the Smart911/facilities. Provide after hours emergency contact information, items that might be hazardous to responders, or other information that you wish to share to assist them in responding to your business.