Stutsman County to Test CodeRED System Thursday (Audio)

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JAMESTOWN (NewsDakota.com) – Stutsman County will initiate a test of its new CodeRED emergency notification system Thursday afternoon.

Residents will receive a recorded test message as the county tests the new system. County emergency manager Jerry Bergquist says could be used for a variety of emergencies in the future, including flood conditions or escaped convict situations.

All residential land-line phones are already set up to receive emergency alerts from the county. Business lines, cell phone lines and email addresses can be signed up for free through Stutsman County’s web site.

All phone lines are also capable of receiving free weather alerts through the system, but they must be signed up for through the county’s web site, www.stutsmancounty.org.


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