Hayward Hills and Five Canyons CERT Training
CERT Training – (Community Emergency Response Team)
Participants in CERT Training learn skills that will enable them to provide emergency assistance to their families and neighbors as well as organize a neighborhood response team in the event of a major disaster. There is no charge for the course or materials. The only cost incurred is the review and upgrade of your homes disaster supply kit in preparation for a disaster (food, water, tools & supplies).
CERT Training Courses consisting of 5 Classes are available to residents living within the Fairview Fire Protection District boundaries (Fairview & Five Canyons). They are scheduled and taught by Hayward Fire Department staff. More info available at the following link: Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) | City of Hayward – Official website
Guide to Wildfire Preparedness and Evacuation –select this link below to go to important information guide
Sign up For AC Alert
The new AC Alert service provides a way to quickly alert members of the public in the event of a local emergency and steps people may need to take to keep themselves and family members safe. The new service is free and requires subscribers to opt-in, which can be done on-line, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling the Hayward Fire Department Emergency Service Office at (510) 583-4948.
AC Alert users can subscribe for notifications based on multiple locations—for any residence, workplace, school or other location in Alameda County. If a safety hazard or concern arises in the area, a notification will be sent to the device entered by the subscriber.
Once an AC Alert message is received, a subscriber can confirm receipt and the system will stop sending the initial notification. If a subscriber does not confirm receipt of an alert, the system will continue to attempt to reach the subscriber using all contact data provided.
For more information, visit the AC Alert webpage.
Courtesy Notice – Weed Abatement Reminder
The Fairview Fire Protection District (FFPD) has mailed out a friendly reminder this April to all Fairview Fire District property owners and residents so that arrangements can be made to have any necessary fire prevention work completed.
California wildfire season typically begins in the month of April and ends in the month of November. As a part of the Hayward Fire Department’s effort with the Fairview Fire District to prevent wildfires in the Hayward and Fairview hills areas, they will conduct “high fire hazard surveys” starting after May 20. Fire engine companies will look for high weeds, overgrown brush and dry vegetation conditions, which are conductive to wildfire spread.
Additional Fire & Disaster Preparedness Resources Here:
Earthquake Preparedness Resources
PG&E Emergency Information
Learn how how to turn your electrical and gas service on and off in case of emergency. Additional preparedness tools provided via this link: