JAMESTOWN, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – Stutsman County Communications will conduct a county-wide test of the CodeRED mass notification system Friday, February 17th.
Stutsman County Emergency Manager Jerry Bergquist reports that the test will take place between 1 and 2 PM. The system is used to alert residents of emergency events and notifications of immediate concern to the public.
“CodeRED informs the public by calling all land line telephones within the selected warned area,” Berguist says. “It also alerts those individuals that have signed up for notifications via cell phone, email or text message.”
Bergquist says the system will only be used by Stutsman County officials to provide residents with important information that will keep the community safe and informed. Questions regarding CodeRED services should be directed to Stutsman County Emergency Management.
The test will be general in nature and will be described as a CodeRED test call. Residents will not need to respond. To receive notifications via cell phone, email or text, individuals can sign up at www.co.stutsman.nd.us.
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