WHEN EMERGENCY SITUATIONS OCCUR: STAY INFORMED!

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News | February 17, 2012 10:23 AM


Community Notification Registration

It's never been easier to stay informed of emergency situations happening in Chatham County.  With landlines steadily decreasing, the effort to relay critical emergency messages to the public has expanded.  Through the Community Notification System (CNS), an emergency notification system, any Chatham County resident can register his/her cell phone number or voice-over IP phone such as Comcast or Vonage and receive short, informative calls with updates and public safety alerts.
 
CNS is an emergency notification system used by the County and the City of Savannah that sends an automated message to residents and businesses during emergency situations.  The system is designed to get public safety messages to citizens quickly and efficiently.  In the past, landlines were the only lines that could receive notifications. 
 
Landlines are already in the system so citizens don't need to register those. 

Click here to register your phone number. 


Last Updated: February 17, 2012 8:35 AM


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Be Notified in an Emergency

CEMA encourages everyone who lives, works and visits Savannah and Chatham County to sign up to receive CEMA Alerts through the Community Notification System. You can receive CEMA Alerts on your cell phone through text messages, through your email and also on your home phone. Click here to get started.

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Get Updates via Text Message

CEMA encourages everyone who lives, works and visits Savannah and Chatham County to sign up to receive CEMA Alerts through the Community Notification System. You can receive CEMA Alerts on your cell phone through text messages, through your email and also on your home phone. Click here to get started.

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The Chatham County Siren System

The Chatham Emergency Management Agency conducts monthly tests of our emergency warning sirens on the first Wednesday of each month at 12 noon. If you hear a siren at any other time, it means take cover! Read more about our warning siren program.

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