When should I call 911?

911 is designed to assist residents in the case of an emergency such as:

  • Injured persons who need Fire/Rescue immediately
  • In-progress calls (calls that are happening at that moment, or where criminals have just left the scene of the incident)
  • Or any situation which may result in an immediate threat to life or property

If your situation does not require immediate assistance, you can contact law enforcement by dialing 311. Types of situations that can be reported to the 311 number include:

  • Lost or stolen property
  • Reports being made for insurance or court purposes only
  • Noise complaints, e.g. loud music
  • Suspicious persons or vehicles that left the area more than one hour ago
  • Any other incident when you do not think a time delay will have an effect on the situation.

     
 Police Departments    

         - Boulder City

   311

         - Las Vegas

   311

         - North Las Vegas

   311

         - Henderson

   311

         - Mesquite

   (702) 346-5262
     

Fire Department

   

         - Boulder City

   (702) 293-9228

         - Clark County

   (702) 455-7311

         - Las Vegas

   (702) 383-2888
         - North Las Vegas    (702) 633-1102
         - Henderson    (702) 267-2222
         - Mesquite    (702) 346-2690
     
Animal Control    

         - Boulder

   (702) 293-9283
         - Clark County    (702) 455-7710
         - Las Vegas    (702) 229-6348
         - North Las Vegas    (702) 633-1750
         - Henderson    (702) 267-4970
         - Mesquite    (702) 346-5268
     
 Utility Agencies    

         - Las Vegas Valley Water District

   (702) 870-2011
         - Nevada Energy    (702) 367-5555
         - Century Link    (702) 244-7400
         - Southwest Gas    (702) 365-1111

 

 

 

Last modified at 1/17/2013 14:07 by Wanda Norman