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twitter logoTwitter is a messaging service that works over multiple networks and devices (sms, web, mobile web, instant message, third party applications, etc.). You can use Twitter to get short, timely messages from the District. The basic premise behind the service is providing an answer to the question, What are you doing? "We've expanded on the simple idea of being able to know what your friends and family are doing and thought you might be interested in the question "what are the firefighters doing? "So the next time a fire engine or ambulance passes you on the street or drives past your home in the San Ramon Valley, just head to www.twitter.com/srvfpd and see what all the commotion is about.

If you have a Twitter account and would like to "follow" District activities, visit one of our profile pages (www.twitter.com/username) and click "follow" or send a text message to Twitter (40404 in the United States) with the words "follow username" from your phone. Our usernames are shown below.

Incidents by Type

Twitter Username Posted Updates
srvfpd All Incidents
srvfpd_xmed Incidents, excluding Medical Emergencies
srvfpd_fires Structure/Vegetation Fires

Incidents by Location

Twitter Username Posted Updates
srvfpd_alamo Incidents in the community of Alamo
srvfpd_bhawk Incidents in the community of Blackhawk
srvfpd_danville Incidents in the Town of Danville
srvfpd_diablo Incidents in the community of Diablo
srvfpd_sanramon Incidents in the City of San Ramon
srvfpd_uccc Incidents in unincorporated Contra Costa County and surrounding area

District News and Information

Twitter Username Posted Updates
srvfpd_cert Community Emergency Response Team Updates
srvfpd_news District News and Events
srvfpd_disaster Significant Emergency/Disaster Updates

Contra Costa County Community Warning System

Twitter Username Posted Updates
CoCoCWS Community Warning System (CWS) Alerts (Terms of Service; Voice Alerts)