Vacation Property Check Program
The Placer County Sheriff’s Office Community Services Division offers a free program in which volunteers will check on your property while you are away on vacation, business, or attending family matters.
In your absence, the Placer County Sheriff Volunteers will provide periodic security checks of your property. They will immediately report any suspicious activity to patrol deputies to investigate.
How does it work?
If you are planning on being away more than a few days you can fill out a Vacation Check Request form and submit it to the Community Services Division at the South Placer Substation, Loomis. Please make sure the form is filled out completely. Form needs to be filled out 7-days prior to leaving.
Vacation checks are only provided on the weekdays, during normal business hours. Checks are not provided on the weekend unless staffing is available.
Uniformed Volunteers will check doors and windows, as well as make sure there is no damage to any property. If your doors and windows are alarm sensitive and will activate when checked, please advise on form so we do not set off your alarms.
Will I be notified if an incident occurs on my property?
Yes, as long as you have provided a good contact number.
In the case of an emergency or the need for patrol officers to respond, the volunteers will contact the person/number listed under “Emergency Contact”. Anyone listed as a key holder will also be notified if there is an issue with securing the property.
To start the process, or if you have any questions, please contact:
Deputy Victoria Skellenger
Placer County Sheriff’s Office
South Placer Substation - Loomis
Phone: (916) 652-2425
FAX: (916) 652-2424
Forms may be downloaded and filled out. Completed forms need to be returned to the South Placer Substation via mail, email, or fax.
Vacation Check Form