CodeRED Emergency Notification System

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CodeRED is an emergency notification service that allows emergency officials to notify residents and businesses by telephone, cell phone, text message, email and social media regarding time-sensitive general and emergency notifications.
CodeRED will serve as the backbone of Cascade County’s emergency planning and communications outreach to both citizens and City personnel. Cascade County anticipates using the system to notify residents in geographical areas and may include natural or man-made emergencies.
There is also a CodeRED Mobile Alert app, which can be downloaded for free on Google Play and iTunes. It provides advanced, real-time, hyperlocal alerts to subscribers within the reach of a given location generated by public safety officials across the United States and Canada.

CodeRED is a service of Emergency Communications Network which takes security and privacy concerns very seriously. They will not sell, trade, lease or loan any data citizens supply to third parties.

The CodeRED database contains some information; for example, if a resident has a land line in their home, that information may be prepopulated. However, residents are encouraged to register on-line by clicking on the link at the top of the page.


4 Comments on “CodeRED Emergency Notification System

  1. Your “click here to sign up” button doesn’t work

  2. The link is located at the top of the article 🙂 We apologize we were unable embed it into the photo on the front page.

  3. Just wondering why I got the call last night that the evacuation was lifted but didn’t get a call that there was an evacuation. Does it leave a message if there is noo anser or does it hang up with no message?

  4. Hi Judy,

    Sorry we haven’t gotten back to you sooner, we wanted to look further into your particular scenario. There are a couple of possibilities. If you were on the other line with the call came it, it is possible the call was dropped. The system does leave a message if there is a machine or voicemail box, it is possible there was just a glitch for your number on the first call. If you would like us to look into it further, we can run your number in the report and see what happened. Feel free to email