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NEVADA COUNTY, Calif. July 10, 2020 – August 12, the County of Nevada Office of Emergency Services and the Town of Truckee are teaming up to issue simultaneous tests of the CodeRED and Nixle Everbridge Emergency Alert Systems.
All Nevada County residents are advised to prepare by registering for CodeRED Emergency Alerts in one of the following ways:
- Visit ReadyNevadaCounty.org/EmergencyAlerts.
- Text ReadyNevadaCounty to 99411 and follow the link to complete the registration.
- Call 211 or 1-833-DIAL211 for assistance from a call agent. CodeRED Emergency Alerts will display as originating from 866-419-5000 or 855-969-4636 on caller ID and Residents are encouraged to save these numbers.
The Town of Truckee will conduct a concurrent test of the Nixle Everbridge Emergency Alert System which serves Town of Truckee residents. Truckee residents are encouraged to register for Nixle emergency alerts, in addition to CodeRED, which serves unincorporated Eastern Nevada County, and all Western Nevada County. Truckee Police Department and Truckee Fire Protection District utilize the Nixle Everbridge Emergency Alert System as the primary method of communication during critical incidents. Both residents and visitors are encouraged to subscribe to stay informed in the event of an emergency.
Residents are encouraged to utilize the user-friendly Nixle Everbridge application on mobile devices. Simply text “APP” to 888-777 to receive a link to download the Everbridge Mobile Application. Complete your registration by downloading, installing and opening the app. Insert 96161 to subscribe to the Truckee Police Department and Truckee Fire Protection District.
Both CodeRED and Nixle Everbridge are high-speed mass notification systems designed to notify residents in the event of an emergency. Emergency alerts are one of many communication tools utilized by local government in the event of an emergency, and testing these systems is an important part of emergency planning.
These tools are not a guaranteed source of information, and residents should be prepared and remain situationally aware.
- Learn more at ReadyNevadaCounty.org
- Follow Office of Emergency services on Twitter @NevCoOES and Facebook @NevadaCountyOES for updates and tips on how to prepare.
- Follow Truckee Police Department on Twitter and Facebook @TruckeePolice
- Follow Truckee Fire Protection District on Twitter and Facebook @TruckeeFire