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  • Writer's pictureBig Rick Stuart

WatchDuty For Fire Info

We built Watch Duty to help fight back in the best way we know how, through community resilience supported by world-class telecommunication infrastructure. We are a non-profit and non-government organization building tools and systems to help citizens and first responders recognize and track danger from extreme weather events, to help everyone stay safe and informed.

Our team includes skilled radio operators, firefighters, and citizen information officers who will provide up-to-the-minute information pushed directly to your phone. We pull information from public channels like police and fire scanners, satellite data, fixed and aerial photography and more. Our goal is to help you discover and track wildfire hazards in real time and very soon we will allow you to upload photos of what you’re seeing to help first responders and your community.

Watch Duty currently provides updates for Sonoma, Lake and Napa counties in California.

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