STALLION SPRINGS POLICE DEPARTMENT
Gary Crowell, Chief of Police
The Stallion Springs Community Services District is currently experiencing a Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) event. We encourage our residents to be prepared for this outage possibly lasting for the next 24-48 hours. The outage is dependent upon the constantly changing weather conditions.
Southern California Edison will have a Community Outreach vehicle parked at the Stallion Springs Community Services District located at 27800 Stallion Springs Drive, Tehachapi, CA. The vehicle is equipped with water, snacks and an electrical power station to charge devices. They are also here to address your concerns and can answer any questions that you may have in regards to this PSPS event. The vehicle will be in operation on Thursday and Friday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
A primary focus should be to those customers who rely on electricity for critical life-sustaining equipment. We encourage those residents to sign up for SCE’s Medical Baseline program at 1-800-447-6620 or their website at www.sce.com/residential/assistance/medical-baseline. SCE telephone operators are available Monday- Friday 6am to 9pm and Saturday 8am to 5pm P.D.T.
You can also call Aging and Adult services at 855-264-6565 or the Community Action Partnership by dialing 211 for your medical equipment concerns.
For those residents with critical life-sustaining equipment an evacuation site will be provided to you at the Stallion Springs Community Services District building located at 27800 Stallion Springs Drive. Please note that this facility does not have qualified medical personnel to assist with life sustaining equipment and cannot provide any transportation needs. Residents on ventilators, continuous IV, oxygen concentrators and auto feeding tubes, will be helped by a group of volunteers. Sleeping cots and the ability to charge medical devices will be available on site.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact us at (661) 822- 3268 or our dispatch center at (661) 861-3110. If you are in need of emergency assistance please call 9-1-1.