The Sherwood Forest Estates (SFE) Neighborhood Watch was organized in 2008 to help protect the homes and properties in SFE. Volunteer Block Captains keep neighbors informed of suspicious activity in the neighborhood. In 2016, Mountain Rose Ranch joined the group.
All property owners are encouraged to join SFE/MRR Neighborhood Watch by filling out the Sherwood Forest Estates & Mountain Rose Ranch Neighborhood Watch Information Sheet. Please forward to SFE/MRR NW, SFE Fire Department, 450 S Little John, Williams, AZ 86046 or Mary Anderson, 7453 E Jolly Rogue Ln, Williams, AZ 86046 or return to your Block Captain. For more information and/or questions, please contact any of the Block Captains listed below or Mary Anderson 928.635.1390.
Consider also signing up using the Sheriff’s Property Watch Form or by calling 928.635.4487 or 1.800.338.7888. Greg Ribas, working for the Coconino County Sheriff’s Department, will check on seasonally vacant homes.
The Coconino County Sheriff’s Office along with the Citizen’s Emergency Response Team (CERT) is offering an opportunity to video your personal items. After filling out the Coconino County Sheriff’s Office Community Property I.D. Program request, mail it to 700 W. Railroad Ave, Williams, AZ 86046. You may also use the Coconino County Sheriff’s Office Property Documentation form to record your items.
SFE Neighborhood Watch Block Captains
|East half of Long Bow||Jack Hadley||(928) 635-2055|
|West half of Long Bow||Paul Smith||(928) 715-3224|
|East half of Knighthood||Doris/Jon Allen||(480) 391-2214|
|West half of Knighthood||Kathie Krushinsky||(405) 919-4363|
|East half of Jolly Rogue||Volunteer Needed|
|West half of Jolly Rogue||Mary Anderson & Rhonda Galle||(928) 635-1390|
|East half of Robin Hood||Volunteer Needed|
|West half of Robin Hood||Deb Switzer||(602) 803-1846|
|Friar Tuck||David Marrufo||(928) 380-8739|
|Mountain Rose Ranch||Sue Hamilton||(928) 303-4584|
What do block-watch neighbors look for?
Suspicious activity like:
- Someone screaming or shouting for help
- Sounds of breaking glass or shattering wood
- Unusual noises
- Beam from flashlight or light in neighbor’s home
- Persons going door to door
- Someone looking into windows and parked cars
- Persons waiting in front of a home or loitering around the neighborhood
- A stranger in the back yard
- Property being taken out of homes where no one is at home
- Property being carried by persons on foot
- Property being loaded into a vehicle or being removed from a vehicle
- An opened or forced door or window
- Strange vehicles parked at your neighbor’s house
- Slow moving vehicles cruising the block
- Someone being forced into a vehicle
- A stranger sitting in a car or stopping to talk to a child
- Abandoned cars
Prevent burglaries by calling the Sheriff’s Department at 928.635.4487 and say you are from Sherwood Forest Estates about any of the above. If your dog is barking, check it out. Use outside and inside lights with a timer or sensor.
In case your home has been broken into, don’t touch anything, move or rearrange anything and back out. Be mindful of foot prints and tire tracks.
Crimes can be reported anonymously by calling Crime Stoppers at 928.774.6111.
Always call 911 in case of medical or life threatening emergency. Say you are from Sherwood Forest Estates.
Coconino County Sheriff’s Office
700 W. Railroad Ave
Williams, Arizona, 86046