Who ya gonna call? While we don’t have the number for any ghost exterminators, we do have a list of important Las Vegas area phone numbers.
Las Vegas Community Hot Lines
NV Energy – (702) 367-5555
Southwest Gas Corporation – (702) 365-1555
Las Vegas Valley Water District – (702) 870-4194
Republic Services of Southern Nevada – (702) 735-5151
Henderson Utilities Department – (702) 267-5900
Cox Communications – (702) 383-4000
IF IT IS AN EMERGENCY OR A CRIME IN PROGRESS, PLEASE CALL 9-1-1
Las Vegas Metro Police (non-emergency) – (702) 795-3111
Henderson Police (non-emergency) – (702) 267-5000
North Las Vegas Police (non-emergency) – (702) 633-9111
Crime Stoppers of Las Vegas Tip Line – (702) 385-5555
Report a wildfire by calling the Las Vegas Interagency Communication Center – (702) 515-5300
Report a fire, chemical hazard, other dangerous non-criminal situations to your community’s fire department.
Las Vegas Fire & Rescue – (702) 383-2888
North Las Vegas Fire Department – (702) 633-1102
Henderson Fire Department – (702) 267-2222
National Poison Control Center – 1-(800) 222-1222
If a Sexual Assault Crime has just occurred, immediately call the LVMPD emergency number of 911. f some time has passed since the assault but is within 72 hours, the LVMPD emergency number of 911 can still be called, or the non-emergency number of (702) 828-3111.
Crisis Support Services of Nevada – 1-(800) 273-8255. If it is an emergency, please call 911.
Call for free, confidential support at any time.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline – 1-800-273-8255
The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals.
Report the runaway child to your local police or sheriff’s office, and write down the report number. There is no waiting period to report any missing child – including the runaway.
National Center for Missing/Exploited Children – 1-(800) 843-5678
Nevada Child Seekers – (702) 458-7009
Youth Runaway Emergency Shelter – (702) 385-3330
National Domestic Violence Hotline – 1-(800) 799-SAFE (7233) | 1-(800) 787-3224 TTD
Paranormal Researchers of Nevada – (702) 527-1134
For residual haunting activity; poltergeist activity; demonic activity; Black mist, black fog, black shadow, or black smoke; Intelligent/Interactive Activity; Shadow People or Shadow Creatures; and Activity Portal Hauntings.
Call Before You Dig Hotline
One easy phone call to 811 gets the approximate location of underground utility lines marked for free. 811 is the FCC-designated national number to call to get underground lines marked, which is the first step in any digging project.
Call 911 in the event live electrical wires are loose so they can be fixed immediately.
Who To Call If Somebody Dies
If the person dies at home unexpectedly without hospice care, call 911. If someone dies at home in the night, and the death was expected, perhaps due to a terminal illness, you should contact the deceased’s GP or nearest doctor. If it happened during the night, you do not need to contact the doctor until the following morning unless you want to.