BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Source: Palm Beach County) — Palm Beach County has launched AlertPBC, the county’s new emergency alert and notification system. Through AlertPBC, residents and visitor of Palm Beach County can opt-in to receive emergency notifications via phone call, text message, and/or email based on locations of their choice. AlertPBC will be used to notify those who opt-in of imminent threats to health and safety. Those who register can choose which weather hazards they would like to be alerted of. Only hazardous weather that is or will affect one of the addresses in their profile will be sent to them.
“We are excited to add AlertPBC as another resource for our residents and visitors to assist them in becoming better prepared for disasters” stated Bill Johnson, Director, Palm Beach County Public Safety Department Division of Emergency Management.
Registrants can also choose which cities they would like to receive public safety notifications from. County-wide public safety notifications will be received automatically. To register for AlertPBC, please visit www.readypbc.com
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