Everbridge® Emergency Notification System

If your neighborhood had to be evacuated because of a hazardous material leak, how would you find out about it?  If there were an Amber Alert issued for a missing child near your home, would you want to be notified? 

Montgomery County’s Regional Dispatch Center now has the Everbridge® Emergency Notification System for just such situations.  This high-speed messaging system can deliver 60,000 emergency notifications per hour.

If your phone number is listed in the white pages of the telephone directory, you are already included in the database to receive Everbridge® messages.  However, businesses and residents with cell phones or non-listed numbers need to register in order to receive Everbridge® emergency notifications. 

There are many reasons to register:

Perhaps the most important reason to register is if you, like many people, no longer have a traditional landline phone.  If you use a cell phone, Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP), or other similar system as your primary phone, YOU NEED TO REGISTER. 

How do I Register for Everbridge®?
Click here to register for Everbridge® on-line.  If you do not have a computer at home, you can use a computer at no charge at any Dayton Metro Library branch to register at:

https://ww2.everbridge.net/citizen/EverbridgeGateway.action?body=home&gis_alias_id=530761

This registration process is for addresses anywhere within Montgomery County, Ohio.  Any information you enter, and the system itself, are used only for emergency notification purposes.  You will not receive non-emergency calls as a result of signing up for this system.

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