NEW Starting 3-10-2012: Seaside Police Department Counter hours will be Tuesday-Saturday, 7:am - 7 pm.
1-5-2012: County of Monterey Public Safety Realignment & Post Release Community Plan
H1N1 Flu (Swine Flu) Updates Centers for Disease Control (CDC) website
Public safety is a top priority to the City of Seaside and its City Council. Seaside is fortunate to have tremendous resources, programs and departments that consistently provide excellent service to its residents and businesses.
The following links provide information about the City’s Police and Fire Departments, which focus on community-based policing and problem solving to meet the community’s needs and concerns, as well as beneficial information regarding local organizations related to the safety and well-being of our community.
440 Harcourt Ave
Seaside, CA 93955
PH: 831-899-6748 NON-EMERGENCY
PH: 831-394-6811 DISPATCH
1635 Broadway Avenue
Seaside, CA 93955
PH: 831-899-6790 NON-EMERGENCY
COMMUNITY HOSPITAL OF THE MONTEREY PENINSULA
23625 Holman Highway
Monterey, CA 93940
PH: 831-624-5311 NON-EMERGENCY
MONTEREY COUNTY COMMUNITY HEALTH DIVISION
1270 Natividad Road
Salinas, CA 93906
PH: (831) 755-4536
ALERT MONTEREY COUNTY PROGRAM
AlertMontereyCounty uses the 9-1-1 database to call and deliver a recorded message to all landline phone numbers in a specific geographic area within a City and/or the County. Please click the above link to register online.
When to Dial 911
Dial 911 in the event of a life threatening emergency.
Please teach your children to dial 911 -- especially if you are unable to dial it yourself at some point. It is a good idea to teach young children how to use 911 and the difference between an emergency (mom/dad has fallen and can't get up, or mom/dad will not wake up) and a non-emergency (what time is it?).
Do NOT dial 911 for non-emergency situations. If you use 911 to ask, for example, when power may be returned during an outage, you may be tying up the line and preventing EMERGENCY calls from coming in.