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Posted on: June 2, 2021
[ARCHIVED] Alert notifications by text message or email
When an emergency strikes, will you know what to do, where to go or where to get more information? You may, if you sign up for free emergency alerts from the City of Daytona Beach. In a few minutes, you can register to receive emergency alerts which may be sent as a text to your cell phone or email, so you have instant access to information to help you protect yourself and loved ones.
Get automatic notificationsThe alert notification allows the city of Daytona Beach to provide you with alerts before, during and/or following an emergency/disaster by sending you a text or email.
When An Emergency StrikesWhen an emergency/disaster threatens, occurs and/or may be imminent, the city may notify you with updates, instructions on where to go, what to do, or what not to do, who to contact and/or other important information.
Registration is offered at no charge; however, your carrier may charge you a fee to receive messages on wireless device(s). This service does not replace existing public safety warning methods also used by Volusia County or other federal, state and local agencies.