Safety and Security
Safety and Security Messages:
Main Emergency Number: 9-1-1
This number is utilized not only in San Francisco but all over the United States as well. It should only be used in a case of emergency, which requires: police, fire assistance or emergency medical assistance.
Police Station Closest to M3AAWG Meeting Hotel (Fairmont Hotel):
San Francisco Police Department – SFPD Central Station
Address: 766 Vallejo St. San Francisco, CA. 94133
Find a complete list of police stations and locations here.
Fire Station Closest to M3AAWG Meeting Hotel (Fairmont Hotel):
San Francisco Fire Department Station #2
Address: 1340 Powell Street
Find a complete list of fire stations and locations here.
Medical or Illness
Hospital Closest to M3AAWG Meeting Hotel (Fairmont Hotel):
Name: Saint Francis Memorial Hospital
Address: 900 Hyde Street
Find a complete list of hospitals in San Francisco County here.
Pharmacies Closest to M3AAWG Meeting Hotel (Fairmont Hotel):
Name: Walgreens Pharmacy
Address: 459 Powell Street
Store Hours: 24hrs Sunday-Saturday
Contact M3AAWG Support in the event of an emergency at email@example.com
Public Emergency Information
For more emergency information, please visit: Department of Emergency Management
American Red Cross – San Francisco Office
Address: 1663 Market Street
Alerts and Warning Systems:
AlertSF is a text-based notification system for San Francisco’s residents and visitors. AlertSF will send alerts regarding emergencies to your registered wireless devices and email accounts. Alerts include emergencies disrupting vehicular/pedestrian traffic, tsunami watches and warnings, flooding, Citywide post-disaster information.
To sign up for alerts, please visit www.alertsf.org
You may also follow the Department of Emergency Management’s official Twitter account for emergency public information: @SF_Emergency
Wireless Emergency Alerts
Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEAs) are used to send concise, text-like messages to WEA-capable mobile devices during emergency situations. WEA’s are sent by: state and local public safety officials, the National Weather Service, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, and the President of the United States.
Learn more at http://www.calalerts.org/