City of Saratoga Neighborhood Watch

Tips & Trends 

Make home safety a priority this new year by following these tips:

  • Always lock and close doors, gates, and windows
  • Form a Neighborhood Watch group to improve safety for everyone in the neighborhood
  • Call 9-1-1 to report solicitors going door-to-door without a City permit
  • Request a Patrol Check to have a Deputy check on your property when you are out of town
  • Make your home look occupied by keeping lights on inside and outside of your home
 

New Combined Neighborhood Watch/Surveillance Signage

The City is now offering a new sign promoting both Neighborhood Watch and video surveillance for groups that would like to inform the public that Neighborhood Watch is active, and the area is under private video surveillance. New signage will be installed upon request and will replace existing Neighborhood Watch signage. Additionally, groups must remove any surveillance camera signage that they have installed on City poles or in the public right-of-way. It may take up to 12 weeks or more for signage to be produced and installed. Installation times may be delayed due to weather, high volume of signage requests, and other factors. The new signage can be requested through the City website.

 

Disaster Preparedness Class for Seniors

Older adults are invited to join Santa Clara County Fire for a free 1-hour class on January 28, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. at the Campbell Community Center to learn about:

  • Bay Area disaster risks
  • How to make a plan and prepare for a disaster
  • What to put in disaster supply 
  • How to stay informed during and after a disaster
 
 
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