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Alert Fremont

Register your wireless phone number now to be part of the database when 911 Emergency Notification calls are made to your neighborhood.

Click on the link below to Register now:

Emergency Wireless Registration

The E 9-1-1 Authority Board recently upgraded the Alert Fremont Emergency Notification (911 alert calls) services provided through Twenty First Century Communications. This upgrade will improve and expand the use of Emergency Notification services across the county. One significant benefit of Alert Fremont is the ability of the residents of Fremont County to sign up their wireless (cell) phone numbers and Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) phone numbers to the 9-1-1 data base. That means if an Alert Fremont message was launched in your neighborhood or county wide, the message would be delivered to your wireless/VOIP phone. There is no additional charge to sign up your phone numbers to the 9-1-1 data base. The security of your wireless numbers in this data base is a priority. Your security concerns and many other frequently asked questions are answered by visiting Alert Fremont’s FAQ’s page.

If you have previously registered your wireless numbers, please check to ensure data (location) is correct. To do this click on "Emergency Wireless Registration" and enter the e-mail you used to register, then click on “Forgot your password?” to receive a password. After receipt of your password, you can then log on and verify information. If your registered location is incorrect (defaults to Fremont Count Admin Bldg) you may have to manually move the marker to your correct location.
9-1-1 emergency dispatchers in Cañon City and Florence along with officials from the various public safety agencies in the county will have immediate internet access to launch emergency messages countywide, in specific neighborhoods, or to targeted groups of emergency providers.

The Fremont County Emergency Telephone Authority was established in 1989 to provide and administer emergency (911) telephone service to Fremont County. The board of directors is comprised of five members; Fremont County Commissioner Debbie Bell; Calvin Sunderman, the representative of special districts and public agencies; Tom McCormick, the representative of the Florence PSAP (Public Safety Answering Point); Jim Cox, the representative of the Canon City PSAP; and Randy Lesher the at-large member elected by the other four.