Tsunami Preparedness Week starts on March 27. Do you know what to do if you hear an evacuation warning at the beach?
The County wants to hear from businesses that have been hurt by the significant sewage spill in the South Bay that started last month. The spill, which began in early February on the Mexican side of the border, triggered an estimated 143 million gallons of sewage to flow into the Tijuana River. This has led […]
When County Fire needs a new vehicle, it doesn’t just run down to the firetruck dealer and drive one off the lot. Extensive customization goes into a new fire engine, aerial ladder truck, or specialty piece of equipment to match it to the distinct needs of the location it will serve. “Our fleet is the […]
Don’t press your luck by drinking and driving on St. Patrick’s Day. San Diego County Sheriff’s deputies will be keeping extra watch for drunk and drugged drivers starting at 6 p.m. Friday, March 17 through 3 a.m. Saturday. A sobriety checkpoint is also being set up Friday evening in Encinitas. “Don’t drink and drive on […]
Randy Mize, who rose through the ranks of the department to an executive role over the past 29 years, will become the County’s top Public Defender.
When setting your clocks forward for Daylight Saving Time this weekend, take the opportunity to do a quick and easy review of your safety plan. Check to make sure all your home’s smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors are working. “We strongly urge our residents to take 10 minutes at most to check their smoke […]
Every day, the San Diego County Probation High Risk Sex Offender Unit monitors people convicted of various sex crimes and enforces Chelsea’s Law, which strengthens punishments for sex offenders who commit crimes against children. That is why a San Diego County Probation officer, who works in that unit, formed “Team United” to take part in […]