Jefferson County, Broomfield County tested new emergency notification system Wednesday
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JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. - Jefferson and Broomfield counties tested their new emergency notification system Wednesday.
Starting at 9 a.m., the CodeRED emergency notification system began making test calls to residents in Jefferson and Broomfield counties along with portions of Adams and Clear Creek counties.
The new CodeRED system may be used to notify residents of evacuation notices, bio-terrorism alerts, boil water notices, missing child reports and severe weather.
Residents of Jefferson and Broomfield counties may register their landlines, cell phones and email addresses with CodeRed on the company's website.
There is no fee to residents for this service.
Important note: Jefferson County & Broomfield County residents who have previously registered their phone numbers must re-register under the new notification system to make certain their information is correct.
If you live in another county, follow the links to sign up for emergency alerts in your area:
Adams County: click here
Arapahoe County: click here
Aurora: click here
Boulder County: click here
Denver: click here
Douglas County: click here
Elbert County: click here
Weld County: click here
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