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Emergency Services

The declared purpose of the City of Hemet Office of Emergency Management is to provide for the preparation and carrying out of plans for the protection of persons and property within the city in the event of an emergency; to provide for the direction of the emergency organization; to provide for the coordination of the emergency functions of the city with all other public agencies, corporations, organizations and affected private persons; and to provide for the continuity of government

Hemet Emergency Notification Systems

Reverse 911 phone notification (landlines)
Reverse 911 cell phone/VOIP   https://hemet.onthealert.com/ (You must register your cell phone on the City website)
City website www.cityofhemet.org
Twitter  www.twitter.com/cityofhemet
Facebook  www.facebook.com/hemetfire/
Nextdoor  www.nextdoor.com/
FIOSTV Channel 38  (Regular programming on this channel will be pre-empted to provide emergency information).

City of Hemet – Emergency Services 

Storm to Hit California: 1/19/17 – 1/24/17

Each storm will bring locally drenching rain and heavy mountain snow, with the potential for flooding and travel disruptions.

The first storm will spread southward through California on Wednesday and Thursday with a second to follow Friday. The third storm will come in Sunday and may have major impacts until Tuesday. This amount of rain will cause an increase in traffic congestion and accidents. 

Incidents of urban flooding are likely in Sacramento, San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego, California. Rain with potential flash flooding may also reach the desert cities of Las Vegas, Phoenix and Palm Springs, California, as the storms progress inland. 

Mudslides and other debris flows can be a hazard on secondary roads through the hills and canyons.

THE GREATEST THREAT WILL EXIST IN AND BELOW RECENT BURN SCARS AND IN POORLY DRAINED URBAN AREAS. 

Some very preliminary 6-DAY forecast rainfall totals for Thursday through Tuesday of next week... 

Coast...........2 to 4 inches.

Valleys.........3 to 5 inches.

Mountains.......5 to 10 inches.

Upper deserts...1 to 3 inches.

Lower deserts...1 to 2 inches.




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Contact Us

Jennifer Mills
Interim Emergency Services
JMills@cityofhemet.org

510 E. Florida Ave.
Hemet, CA  92543

Phone: (951) 765-2451
Fax: (951) 765-3170

Hours
Monday - Thursday
7:30 am - 12:00 pm
1:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Closed on Fridays