Show All Answers

1. What information will I need to provide when I call 911?
2. What if the caller doesn't speak English?
3. When should I call 911?
4. What if I accidentally dial 911?
5. When should I use the non-emergency number?
6. Can I send a text or video message to 911?
7. When will South Sound 911 offer text-to-911 service?
8. If I call 911 from my cell phone, do you know where I’m at? What if I’m hiking or out in the wilderness?
9. Is help sent after I hang up?
10. How long will it take you to answer my 911 call?
11. Are there any times I should not call 911?
12. What do I do for emergency assistance if there's no phone service?
13. How do I get a copy of a 911 call?
14. How many emergency/non-emergency calls does South Sound 911 receive each year?
15. How can I request a presentation about 911 or South Sound 911 for my group/organization?