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Emergency Services

Office of Emergency Services

Tehama County Sheriff’s Office
Office of Emergency Services
22840 Antelope Boulevard
Red Bluff, CA  96080

Tuesday – Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Office:  (530) 529-7988
After Hours:  (530) 529-7900 ext. 1

Sergeant Andy Houghtby
Deputy Director OES
(530) 529-7988

Tehama Alert - Emergency Alert Program

Get alerted emergencies by signing up for Alert Tehama.  This system enables us to provide you with critical information quickly in a variety of situations, such as severe weather, unexpected road closures, missing persons and evacuations of buildings or neighborhoods.

You will receive time-sensitive messages whenever you specify, such as your home, mobile or business phones, email address, text messages and more.  You pick where, you pick how.

The Sheriff's Office of Emergency Services (O.E.S.) is on-call 24 hours per day, seven days per week, 365 days per year. O.E.S. personnel respond to floods, fires, chemical and hazardous material spills and other disasters or emergency events throughout Tehama County. They also assist other jurisdictions throughout California through the State's Mutual Aid system, and in extreme emergency situations, are available to agencies throughout the country and the world.

Sheriff's O.E.S. teams perform emergency situation notifications, evacuations and rescues, fill and set sand bags, conduct site assessments, man roadblocks, and execute countless other functions during emergency and disaster events.

The Office of Emergency Services maintains an enclosed 1998 Featherlite brand trailer, containing a powerful generator, portable lights, sand bags, and other equipment needed during disasters and emergency situations.

Personnel are able to access flooded areas by boat, or by using a 6-wheel drive truck, which was obtained from the military and added to the Sheriff's O.E.S. fleet.

Other frequently used equipment and resources readily available to the Sheriff's O.E.S. include private and military helicopters, heavy equipment, trucks, trailers, boats and personnel.

Always be prepared, develop a family emergency plan.  Create an Emergency Preparedness Kit - Be Red Cross Ready.  Practice your plan, check and update your kit frequently if needed.

Tehama Alert

Get notifications about potential hazardous conditions, evacuations, dangers, missing people or other critical information.