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Notice: 911 and the Importance of Physical Addressing POSTPONED

Pala Band of Mission Indians California Pala Notice

Update: 7/27/20. The 911 and the Importance of Physical Addressing meeting has been postponed until further notice. A future meeting date will be announced.

PALA, CA – The Pala Band of Mission Indians announces the postponement of the 911 and the Importance of Physical Addressing Community Meeting.


Pala GIS Department
911 and the Importance of Physical Addressing Meeting
Thursday, July 30, 2020
10:00 a.m. & 6:00 p.m.

911 and the Importance of Physical Addressing

Community Meeting #2.

Pala GIS and the Pala Fire Department are teaming up to transition all old 4-digit physical addresses to the new 5-digit system already in place on Pala, as well as correct the 5-digit physical addresses that are incorrect.

This is our second community meeting to discuss the plan, the timeline, and get your input on the project.

Please feel free to extend an invitation to friends, family, and anyone who you feel may benefit.

  • Learn about Pala’s Physical Addressing
  • Share your concerns
  • Provide your input
  • Learn how you are found when calling 9-1-1
  • Learn about your physical address

Pala Band of Mission Indians GIS Department
For more information contact the Matthey Deveney, GISP:
760-891-3512 | ped@palatribe.com | www.palatribe.com

Pala Band of Mission Indians
For more information contact the Pala Band of Mission Indians
760-891-3500 | www.palatribe.com

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