Many of the victims of the infamous Camp Fire in Paradise, CA died because they didn't know to evacuate!GoFundMe 600x500

The fire spread so fast that the evacuation orders never reached them.

 The smart reverse 911 system was not operational and personnel that were tasked to go door-to-door to request they evacuate had to leave the area due to the heat and flames.



Emergency Operations Coordinator Broshears said, "Other towns could save lives if they taught residents to shelter from fire and got more of them to sign up for alerts."   


Has anyone on Lindbergh Lake Road been taught how to "shelter in place"?  Probably not!




Read:  Evacuation plan 'out the window' when fire hit California town        

Read:  Camp Fire nearly leveled Paradise


 The Lindy Alert is neither intended to replace 911, Smart 911, the Forest Service nor any other Public Emergency Services informing residents of impending danger. 

Always call 911 first! 

The Swan Valley Quick Response Unit (QRU) and Swan Valley Volunteer Fire Department are aware of the Lindy Alert. 


 Examples of voice messages you'd receive on your landline on the links below:


Defibrillator needed ASAP


Epipen needed as soon as possible!


Armed Robbery Taking Place

Fire truck turn-around is blocked 

Forest Fire alert

Grizzly Bear spotted in your area

Drifting boat found on lake


Sending 100's of Alerts to the Lindbergh Lake Road  Community using  Text / Voice or both.

In addition to receiving Text messages on cell phones, you can also send synthesized or your own recoded voice messages to landline phones.  Many homes along the Lindbergh Lake Road do not have cell phone service, typically landline and Voip.   Alerts can now reach a segment of the community who you wouldn’t be able to reach by sending text messages.