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Important telephone numbers

 

There is a list of important phone numbers that you as the parent, and all family members should know in the event of an emergency. Important phone numbers should be programmed into everyone’s cell phones and be located in easy to find places in the house such as on the refrigerator or near telephones.

 

It’s also important that you make sure your contact information is up-to-date at your child’s school as well. In the event of an emergency the school will use the information you have on file to reach you so it’s important to make sure the information is accurate.

 

View and download our Community ResourcesCore Service Centers number sheets, as well as our Important Telephone Numbers sheet, print them off, add your important numbers and place these documents in an easy to find place. 

  • Your work number(s)
  • Relative/friend emergency number(s)
  • School telephone number(s)
  • School bus company name (if applicable)
  • School bus company number (if applicable)
  • Site pick up number
  • School pick up number
  • Other important phone numbers

 

Our list of important numbers

South San Francisco Police Department

Emergency Number: 911
Non-Emergency Number: 650-877-8900
 

South San FranciscoFire Department
Emergency Number: 911
Non-Emergency Number: 650-829-3950

  

CPS (Child Protective Service)
650-595-7922

1-800-632-4615

 

Youth Crisis Line
1-800-843-5200
 

For specific questions, concerns or family matters, please contact SSF Police Department'sCommunity Policing Sergeant Joni Lee at 650-877-8922, C.O.P.P.S. Corporal Elena Dominguez-Brennan at 650-829-3931 or School Liaison Corporal Tony Pinell at 650-829-3926.