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Sheriff-Coroner of San Luis Obispo County
The County of San Luis Obispo Sheriff's Office dispatch facility has the capacity to inform the public directly by sending a phone message to each land-line phone in the San Luis Obispo County to inform persons of evacuation orders, missing persons, Amber Alerts, etc.
To receive these notifications on your cell phone, please register your number with Reverse 911.
Anyone can use this service.
This service is provided free of charge.
This service is available online at anytime. Visit Reverse 911 to register your number.
Use the Self-Registration Portal to add cell phones to your actual address. The system will not accept Post Office boxes; it must be a real street address.
The system is geographically-based. Use the Self Registration Portal to increase your chances of being notified properly.
If you have problems with registration you can email Reverse 911 ([email protected]).
Note: Reverse 911 is simply another tool to assist you in an emergency, but with any system, it may not be 100% effective. Please make sure you monitor the local Emergency Alert System provided by television and radio stations, while also checking the County of San Luis Obispo Office of Emergency Services website for additional information during fires or other natural disasters.