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Good to Know:

PROPOSED LOVE'S TRUCK STOP:

 * An explanation of the Proposed Love's Truck Stop can be found on our News and Events Page. 

 More up-to-date information can be found on this link -  Proposed Loves's Truck Stop.


EMERGENCY ALERTS:

     We have two emergency alert systems in place for all residents of Hammond Ranch.  

1.  Emergency Telephone Tree:  

 There are 2 systems involved, one through an online mass communication tool (Calling Post), and the other as an internal phone/text tree system.  

If you have not yet signed up to be included in this notification system and wish to be, or would like more information about it, contact Sally McGregor,  at sarakaimac@gmail.com or (541)973-7162. 

    Please note that HLA’s system does not replace the Siskiyou County Code Red rapid emergency notification service  


2.  Code Red County-wide alert system:

* Code Red is managed by the Siskiyou County Office of Emergency Services.  

    You can sign up by clicking the link below or by texting  SISQCODERED to 99411 .

        https://www.co.siskiyou.ca.us/emergencyservices/page/codered-emergency-alert-system 

     Make sure in your settings you choose to get notifications farther away than 20 miles.  

​TRESPASS AUTHORIZATION:

For a Trespass Authorization form, see the Trespass Page.    Download the form.


HAMMOND RANCH LANDOWNERS HANDBOOK:

    This is a great introduction to life on the ranch.  Good for newcomers and long-time residents alike.  CLICK HERE.


INFORMATION FOR REALTORS AND TITLE COMPANIES:   CLICK HERE .


 HAMMOND RANCH FIRE ZONE:

     The Hammond Ranch Fire Zone (HRFZ) is our local fire prevention/suppression and emergency medicine first response unit under the authority of the County of Siskiyou Fire Warden  and is funded by the taxpayers who live within the fire protection zone.   

     Their citizen auxiliary (The Hammond Ranch Firefighters Association, 8800 N. Old Stage Rd. Weed, CA. 96094) gratefully accepts donations to supplement their meager budget. 

      The HRFZ staff consists of a mix of para-career firefighters, some of whom live at the station, and citizen volunteers.  They work in cooperation with the Hammond Landowners Association and other local entities to make this the best residential community in Siskiyou County!   Visit their website at www.hmm4200.org, and their Twitter feed, @HMM4200.