Through the diligent efforts of Rossmoor residents, the RHA, and the Orange County Sheriffs Department, Rossmoor remains for the most part a safe and peaceful neighborhood. The best way to keep our neighborhood a safe and secure place to come home to and raise our families is for each of us to get involved. The simplest way is to find out who your Neighborhood Watch Block Captain is and let him or her know who you are and that you are willing to be alert to suspicious activity and will call the Sheriff’s Department if you see anything.
Get the details on the following areas of interest:
Our Neighborhood Watch program pages include details on the program itself, recent crime reports from the OC Sheriff’s Department, how to become a Block Captain, and how to use the online Sheriff’s Blotter to get your own crime reports for the time period you are most interested in seeing.
Emergency Preparedness pages include great information on earthquake preparation, how to protect you and your family in an emergency or disaster situation, links to numerous local and state resources to educate yourself and learn best practices along with when our EmPrep Team meets. Come take a look and see what you can learn.
Our Pet Management pages tell you how you can help your neighbors find their pets and or be part of the team that puts up (and takes down) flyers to alert the area of the missing pet. If you’ve ever lost a family pet, you know how helpful this can be.
The Coyotes in Rossmoor page discusses the dangers imposed by these wild mammals and what you can and cannot do to reduce your risks from them. Really interesting and good to know laws in the state when it comes to animals in the wild.
Our Community Standards page has some of the County’s standards that have been applied to Rossmoor and links to more information.