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Posted on: November 2, 2017

Register for the New Emergency Notification System

Receive Important City Alerts, Emergency Notifications

The Brazos Community Emergency Operations Center (CEOC), which includes Brazos County, City of Bryan, City of College Station, City of Kurten, City of Wixon Valley, and Texas A&M University, has implemented a new emergency notification system designed to effectively reach its citizens. This new system will provide all users with the ability to opt-in to receive a phone call, a text message, and/or an email in the event of an emergency.

All residents, business owners, and property owners in Brazos County are highly encouraged to register to ensure important notifications and emergency messages are received. Even if you were previously registered for this service, it is important that you re-register under the new system. Please keep both your username and password in a safe place so that you can easily update your contact information as needed by accessing your managed account.

Users now have the option to register multiple phone numbers, email addresses, and physical addresses where they would like to receive important notifications via a phone call, text message, and/or email message. In addition, users may also choose to receive weather alerts for flash floods, tornado warnings, and severe thunderstorms with their managed account.

When you receive an emergency alert, a general community alert, or a weather alert from this new notification system, there will be three different numbers used as noted below. We encourage you to save these for future reference.
  • Emergency Alerts: 1-866-419-5000
  • General Community Alerts: 1-855-969-4636
  • Weather Alerts: 1-800-566-9780
Please note: this county-wide system does not replace or modify the Texas A&M University Code Maroon system which specifically addresses on-campus emergencies. Click here for more information on Code Maroon.

Register to Receive Emergency Alerts:

Please visit brazosceoc.org and click on the Emergency Notification System button on the homepage to register. Please note, all publicly listed landline numbers have already been included in the system but you may also register additional cell and/or VoIP phone numbers, email addresses, and physical addresses. All information will be kept confidential and secure.

If you do not have internet access but would still like to register or if you have questions regarding the new emergency notification system, please contact the Brazos CEOC by calling (979) 821-1000 or via email at alerts@brazosceoc.org.
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