Emergency Contacts

Emergency Management
 

Emergency Management is responsible for natural disaster preparation and response

Contact number: (941) 861-5000

Disaster guide link: Booklet

website: www.scgov.net

Facebook: Sarasota Emergency Mgmt

Sarasota Sheriff's Office
 

Emergency:  911

Non-emergency number:

941.316.1201

Email: SRQsher@scgov.net

Local Station:

Contact: Sgt. J Mruczek

email: jmruczek@scgov.net

Website:  www.SarasotaSheriff.org

Code Enforcement

Code Enforcement Officer:

Susan Stahley

Phone: 941.861.6018

Cell: 941.915.2696

Email: sstahley@scgov.net

Website: Sarasota County

Beach Patrol/Lifeguard
 

For lost items or information contact Sarasota County

Contact: 941.861.5000

Website: Sarasota County

Sarasota Fire Department


 Fire Station #13

Provides Fire and Emergency Medical Services

Emergency:  911


Non-emergency: 941.316.1201

Local Station: 1170 Beach Road  

Sarasota Emergency Radio Club
 

FCC licensed, amateur radio operators that help first responders during an emergency.

 

Website: http://n4ser.org/

Siesta Key's Emergency Services

Code Red

Emergency notification system

 

Sarasota County provides an Emergency Notification system for residents and businesses utilizing the mobile or landline phone system.  The CodeRed system is used only in emergencies to notify residents and business of urgent problems in their areas such as flood, fires, or drinking water contamination.  Users can opt-in for urgent weather warning notifications.  For more  information, visit Sarasota County's website at www.scgov.net

To Register: CodeRed link

 

To download the CodeRed mobile app, visit: Emergency Network website at ecnetwork.com

 

CERT

Community Emergency Response Team

 

Siesta Key residents and business employees can volunteer to be trained in community emergency response.  The goal of CERT is to have volunteers trained in disaster survival and rescue.  The purpose of CERT to have trained volunteers available in situations where first responders (emergency management, fire and sheriff's departments) have not arrived or unable to reach the disaster scene.  The purpose is not to replace first responders but just to help the community impacted by a disaster until emergency personnel arrives. Training includes Search and Rescue, Triage and Fire Safety.

For more information visit: www.scgov.net

Citizens Law Enforcement Academy

Volunteer opportunity

 

Twice a year, the Sarasota Sheriff's office conducts a 10 week training class on the various roles of the Sheriff's department.  Class instruction includes firearms training.

The Citizens Law Enforcement Academy is the first step in becoming a volunteer in the Sarasota Sheriff's Office.  

For more information visit: www.sarasotasheriffs.org

 

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