My neighbors are being disruptive. Should I call 911?
911 is specifically for emergency related calls. An emergency is defined as an immediate threat to life and/or property that requires a response from sheriff, fire, or medical personnel. If your neighbors are in danger or you fear they may be putting someone else in danger, please call 911.

However, if this is not an emergency, we ask that you call the dispatch center at 775-847-0950. Our communications specialists will direct your call to the appropriate authorities.

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5. My neighbors are being disruptive. Should I call 911?
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