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Call 911 for all emergencies.

Other emergency numbers:
Fire Emergency (831) 471-1170
Sheriff's Office (831) 471-1121
Poison Control (800) 222-1222

Bonny Doon Volunteer Fire and Rescue
For non-emergencies call 426-1561.

Fire - If you spot a fire and it is burn season (usually December 1 through April 30) you can call 1-800-Cal-Burn (1-800-225-2876) to see if it is a "permissible burn day".  Burning on a "no burn day" or at night can result in receiving a citation.  Burning of yard trimmings is prohibited from May 1 to November 30 while dry weather increases the danger of wildfires. 05/11/03 Jared, Zachary, and ??
The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CDF) establishes and enforces safety regulations for burning.  Detailed information can be obtained from them during weekly business hours.  Their offices are at 6059 Highway 9 in Felton.  Their telephone is 335-5353.

Bonny Doon Volunteer Fire/Rescue
Becoming a volunteer firefighter requires a major time commitment for training and obtaining certifications, particularly during the first year or so.  The reward is the satisfaction of knowing you help make Bonny Doon a safer place for everyone.  If this interests you, go to the Martin Road fire station on the first Saturday morning of any month (8:30am to noon) and talk to the fire team members.

Suspicious Activity - Call 471-1121 for the Sheriff dispatch number to report any suspicious activity.  Also call Deputy Martin Eryavec at 458-7191.

Mountain Lions - If you spot a mountain lion, report it to California Fish and Game at 649-2870 and Jeannine De Wald of Fish and Game at 649-2934.  The December Battle Mountain News reported "A mountain lion was encountered before Thanksgiving crossing Empire Grade at Pineridge.  Families should alert their children about the wildlife here in Bonny Doon."

Abandoned Vehicles - Call 454-3139 to report an abandoned vehicle on a public street within the unincorporated area of the county.

Horse Evacuation - There is an Equine Evacuation group that can help in an emergency, such as a fire or flood.  Groups represent areas such as Bonny Doon, San Lorenzo Valley, etc.  Call Steve Richmond in Felton 335-3542 to sign up for training.  The Bonny Doon contact is Georgia Randle at 426-0110.

Leash Law - There is a county-wide leash law, which means that Bonny Doon dogs must be kept on their own property or on a leash when off the property.  Impoundment can be a hassle and an expense.  Don't forget to tag your dogs with your name and phone number, should they ever stray from your property!

Mail Delivery Problems - Mail delivery problems should be reported to 438-5801 and Jean Karo at the Post Office, 426-8184.  All mail except the Battle Mountain News and Highlander go through San Jose.

Mail Theft or Vandalism Problems - The Post Office's Operation Mail Safe urges people to watch for suspicious activity, record license plate numbers and descriptions of suspicious persons and vehicles, and report theft as soon as possible, and not to leave mail in your mailbox overnight.  Call the 24 hour Postal Inspectors phone at 415-778-5900.

Road Problems - Let Public Works know of road problems.  Radolfo Rivas, Public Works, 701 Ocean Street, S.C. 95060, 454-2160.