The Special Notification Assistance Program (SNAP) is a program to assist responders with special information while responding to an emergency call to a Danville resident or business.
The program provides City residents and businesses an opportunity to give the Emergency Communication Center special information about themselves and family members living at their residence, information on how to find their address, medical information, or special hazards on their property that may deter or harm first responders, including:
Locations of persons with disabilities in the residence in case of fire
Locations of medicines or other important information
Emergency contact information (children, relatives, etc.) for the Center to call in case emergency responders have been dispatched to the residence / business
Directions to a home or business that may not be easily seen from the street
Locations of chemicals or hazards in the residence / business
Locations of oxygen machines and tanks
Registering with SNAP
Danville Emergency Communications Center
P.O. Box 3300
Danville, Virginia 24543
Once the information is entered, each time the 9-1-1 telecommunicator dispatches a call to the address listed, the computer will provide the special information given, which will be relayed to the responding units while they are en route.
Keep Information Up-to-Date
The requester will need to keep this information up-to-date and notify SNAP of any changes. The forms expire every year. You can renew each year by filling out a new form.