Thank you for wanting to stay informed regarding official City notices (including future curfews that may be set). Also, if You See Something, Say Something. Four important resources:

1. City of Santa Ana’s Alert System.


To receive official alerts and information published by the City of Santa Ana, you can text your zip code to 888777 to sign-up for mobile phone text alerts or you can visitwww.bit.ly/SantaAnaNixle to sign-up for email alerts.


2. mySantaAna Smartphone App.


With the mySantaAna app, residents and businesses can make our City cleaner, safer and better maintained. With the app, service requests can be reported directly to the City. It’s an effective way to report items like graffiti, homeless tent encampments/abandoned property, street potholes, sidewalk defects, broken streetlights, animal service requests, hazardous waste, shopping cart removal, tree service request, and storm drain problems. To download the mySantaAna app for iPhones atbit.ly/mySantaAnaand Android smartphonesbit.ly/MySantaAna.


3. Non-Emergency Number at Police Department.


You may report non-emergency problems and suspicious activities at (714) 245-8665. For emergencies, call 911.


4. One Santa Ana - COVID19 and City Resources.


Stay home, Stay Safe. VisitOneSantaAna.com for information and resources related to COVID19 and City of Santa Ana.

Copyright 2020. OneSantaAna.com is an informational website for Santa Ana residents that was developed by Santa Ana City Council Member Jose Solorio. Paid for by A New Day for Santa Ana - Solorio for Mayor 2020, ID# 1418552

Most of the pages and posts accessible via One Santa Ana have their own translation tools, but you can use Google Translate to translate any words or phrases into almost any language. (La mayoría de las páginas y publicaciones accesibles a través de One Santa Ana tienen sus propias herramientas de traducción, pero puede usar Google Translate para traducir palabras o frases a casi cualquier idioma.)

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