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Sheriff’s Dept. offers many ways to stay informed

As the El Dorado County Sheriff, Coroner, Public Administrator and deputy director of the Office of Emergency Services, John D’Agostini has implemented a number of ways to keep residents informed.

Do you want to be notified of breaking news or recent newsworthy events? Would you like to get notified of Public Information Bulletins and Public Service Announcements as they come out. The sheriff’s new blogsite can be accessed at pio.edso.org or through a link on the El Dorado County Sheriff’s website at edso.org or follow us on Twitter at @eldoradosheriff.

All releases of information from the four offices will be posted on the sheriff’s website, the sheriff’s blog and the sheriff’s Twitter account. Just as with the sheriff’s website, anyone can sign up to receive notifications via e-mail or Twitter when new information is posted to the blog. Sheriff D’Agostini is continually working toward providing the highest level of service and transparency to the community and surrounding communities.

Interested people can also register their emergency contact information at the Office of Emergency Services Emergency Notification Self Registration Portal. Through the portal residents can register to be informed of emergency notifications effecting any particular address in El Dorado County. Those who have signed up will be notified via any landline phone number, cellular phone number or e-mail provided during registration. Those who have a vacation home or a loved one who lives in El Dorado County will be informed of emergencies affecting the address registered.

Learn more and access the self registration portal at ready.edso.org.

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Posted by on Jul 2 2014.
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