COYOTE HOTLINE:

Hotline Number: (626) 278-8039

  • Have you come in contact with a coyote?​

  • Want to know more about Coyote Management in your neighborhood?​

  • Want us to speak with your neighbors, organizations, or groups?

EDUCATION

Education is crucial to ensuring safety as well as cohabitating with coyotes. The Neighborhood Coyote Program serves to educate residents and municipalities about decreasing wildlife attractants, increasing pet safety, appropriate coyote behaviors, and applicable responses.

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RESOURCES

NEIGHBORHOOD COYOTE PROGRAM

Coyote interactions and incidents are on the rise and we want to ensure you, your pets, and family are safe. We also want to provide you with accurate and applicable information. Please report any coyote interactions to the Neighborhood Coyote Program using our FREE Hotline Number at (626) 278-8039.

INFORMATIONAL MATERIALS

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NEIGHBORHOOD COYOTE PROGRAM BROCHURE

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NEIGHBORHOOD COYOTE PROGRAM: COYOTE 101 BROCHURE

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NEIGHBORHOOD COYOTE PROGRAM FLYER

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COYOTE COLORING BOOK

FOR MORE INFORMATION

Please Contact:

Ana Bordallo, Management Aide

Samuel Pedersen, Management Aide

coyotes@sgvcog.org

(626) 278-8039

San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments

Phone: (626) 457-1800

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