City of Rolling Hills Estates Equine Emergency Preparedness Census
RequiredRequired Question(s)

The City of Rolling Hills Estates is conducting a horse census in an effort to evaluate the needs and further enhance the emergency preparedness goals for our unique equestrian community.

*NOTE: This information will be used for emergency preparedness research only, and not reported to outside entities for any other action.  


 
Required 1.

Please identify the number of horses you currently have on your property.

*Include all stall rental horses (this question does not reflect ownership).

1
2
3
4
Other  
Required 2.
Please specify the breed(s).
Mare
Stallion
Gelding
Other  
Required 3.

Please indicate the neighborhood Homeowners Association (HOA) or street that represent your horse property location.

*NOTE: This reflects the geographic area for emergency response purposes. HOA refers to the larger neighborhood.


AREA 1: Bridlewood Circle HOA, Casaba Estates HOA, Country Club Estates HOA, Dapplegray Lane HOA, Harbor Sigh HOA, Hitching Post HOA, Larga Vista HOA, Montecillo HOA, Palos Verdes Drive East, Rolling Hills Country Club, and Strawberry Lane HOA.
AREA 2: Branding Iron Ln, Dobbin Ln, Empty Saddle Ln HOA, Lariat Ln, Palomino HOA, Palos Verdes Drive North, Rawhide Ln, Rolling Hills Road, Shadow Ln, Single Tree Ln, and Tanglewood Ln.
AREA 3: Los Ranchos Verdes HOA, Moccasin Ln, Ranchview HOA, and Roanwood HOA.
AREA 4: Colina Ln, Hidden Valley Ln, Latigo Ln, Lazy Creek Ln, Marloma HOA, Masongate HOA, Pleasant Hill Dr, Ponderosa Ln, Range Horse Ln, Rolling Meadows HOA, Rustler Ln, Saddlebow Ln, and Wildhorse Ln.
AREA 5: Cresta Palos Verdes HOA, Hillcrest Manor HOA, Hillcrest Meadows HOA, Peppertree Ln HOA, Rolling Hills Park Estates HOA, Rolling Hills Park Villa HOA, The Ranch HOA, and Vantage Pointe HOA.
Other  
Required 4.
Is your horse micro-chipped?
Yes
No
Required 5.
Are you and/or your horse borders interested in a micro-chipping clinic?
Yes
No
Required 6.

Do you have a horse trailer on your property?

*If yes, please indicate the number of horses the trailer can load in the 'other' response box.


Yes
No
Other  
Required 7.

Can your horse(s) load into a trailer?  

Yes
No
Required 8.

Are you and/or your borders interested in a trailering clinic?

Yes
No
Required 9.

Does your horse keeping area border a bridle trail?

Yes
No
Required 10.

Do you and/or your boarders have an emergency plan for your horse(s)?

*i.e. extra water supply and food, emergency contact list, medication etc.

Yes
No
11.
OPTIONAL: If you are willing to help in the event of a local emergency, please provide your contact information below.

By entering my personal information, I consent to receive email communications from the survey author's organization based on the information collected.

First Name:
Last Name:
Home Phone:
Email Address:
emailaddress@xyz.com
Address 1:
City:
State/Province
(US/Canada):
Postal Code:
HOA:

Required 12.

Are you subscribed to the City's NIXLE alert and emergency notification system?

Yes
No

Text RHECITY to 888-777 to subscribe and/or RHEHORSES to 888-777 for equestrian related alerts and notifications only.


Visit www.nixle.com for e-mail or landline options.

Visit the City's website for equine preparedness tips and information at www.rhe.city/eep


Thank you for your participation in the City's Equine Emergency Preparedness Census! Please click 'Finish' to submit your responses.