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Information: (650) 851-1594

Hazard Complaint Form

Citizens may report hazardous conditions observed on properties within Woodside Fire Protection District's jurisdiction. Your name and contact information will not be released.

Your Name(*)
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Telephone (Home)(*)
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Telephone (Work)
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Would you like to be contacted when the inspection is complete?(*)
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Property Information

Hazard Location(*)
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Enter the street address or a descriptive location of the hazard.

Describe the Hazard
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Please be as specific as possible with the location, your concerns, what the possible hazard is (grass/brush around property, overgrown trees, piles of debris, etc.). This assists the Department in "seeing what you are seeing."

Owner/Tenant Information

If you have any of the following, please provide the information to the District. This will assist us in contacting the responsible person(s).

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Name of Property Owner or Tenant (if known).

Owner/Tenant Telephone
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Owner/Tenant's Telephone (if known).

Property Owner/Tenant Email
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Property Owner Address
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Please enter the address of the property owner, if it is not the same as the hazard location.

Additional Information
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Please describe the hazardous condition.

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808 Portola Rd #C
Portola Valley, CA  USA
Tel: (650) 851-1594
Fax: (650) 851-3960
For Emergencies, Dial 9-1-1

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