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Posted on: May 22, 2017

Receive emergency notifications through CodeRED

The public safety agencies of the City of Brighton are using CodeRED, a high-speed notification system, to keep you safe in the event of an emergency.

The system allows us to deliver emergency messages to you via phone call to your home or business phone or mobile device and through text and email, based on your preferences. Examples of emergencies when CodeRED would be used include severe weather, public health emergencies, criminal activity, evacuation notices, fires, floods and missing person cases. Please keep in mind, you must sign up for these notifications – you are not automatically entered into the system.

Signing up for CodeRED alerts is free to residents who live and work in Adams County. To register, visit and click emergency notifications on the left menu. From the link, you will be directed to create a user profile entering your contact information. No computer? No problem. Call 303-655-8744 and ask for assistance in registering your information into the CodeRED system.

You will know you have a received a CodeRED alert when the number 866-419-5000 appears on your caller ID.


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