Who We Are
Stanislaus Regional 9-1-1 was formed through a Joint Powers Agreement between Stanislaus County and the City of Modesto and is directed by a Commission composed of representatives from each jurisdiction and the public safety agencies. The current Board Members are:
|Bill Zoslocki, President||Modesto City Council||Contact|
|Bill O'Brien, Vice-President||Stanislaus County Supervisor||Contact|
|Jim Holgersson||Modesto City Manager||Contact|
|Stan Risen||County CEO||Contact|
|Raul Mendez||Hughson City Manager||Contact|
|Sean Slamon||City of Modesto Fire Chief||Contact|
|Adam Christianson||Stanislaus County Sheriff||Contact|
What We Do
Call processing and dispatch protocols are developed in conjunction with the responder agencies and adopted by our Dispatch Advisory Board (Sheriff, County Fire Warden, Modesto Police Chief and Modesto Fire Chief). SR9-1-1 staff apply these protocols when processing information for dispatch or in providing referral information to callers.
What We Offer
SR9-1-1 services Stanislaus County, the heartland of the Central Valley located just 90 minutes from two of the largest consumer and industrial marketplaces - San Francisco and the Silicon Valley. Stanislaus County offers a mix of rural communities, a metropolitan city, and a moderate climate conducive to many outdoor activities and adventure.
SR9-1-1 provides twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week public safety emergency dispatch service and is the answering point for the 911 telephone system. Dispatching is provided for 22 Law Enforcement and Fire agencies within Stanislaus County.