The City of Woodland Police and Fire Special Needs Alert Program (SNAP)
The City of Woodland Special Needs Alert Program (SNAP) assists First Responders (Police and Fire) to be more responsive during emergencies to residents of the City of Woodland with special needs. Maintained by the City of Woodland Police and Fire Departments, the registry can help first responders identify those who cannot identify themselves due to a disability or special need, such as Alzheimer's or dementia, autism, or a speech disorder.
Families or agencies can voluntarily provide information about their relatives/clients with special needs so that Law Enforcement and Fire personnel will:
- Have a photograph, description and contact information for people with special needs in our community who may need special assistance in an emergency
- Be better equipped to help people with special needs who may become lost, injured, or who may wander away from home
- Be aware of special medical, safety and behavioral concerns of individuals with special needs
- Be aware of accommodations that may be needed in interacting with the person
How To Submit A Form
To submit a SNAP Form, complete the form and turn it into the Woodland Police Department during normal business hours (ATTN: Trista Kennedy) or email the completed form and a photo to SNAP@cityofwoodland.org.
If you have questions or need help completing the Special Needs Alert Program form, please contact the Woodland Police Department at 530-661-7865 or by emailing us your questions.