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Alert Santa Rosa

Santa Rosa County Emergency Management has implemented a county-wide emergency notification system, AlertSantaRosa. Alert Santa Rosa provides everyone who lives and works in Santa Rosa County with the ability to receive emergency notifications and/or severe weather via:

  • Notification via smart phone app "Contact Bridge"
  • Text
  • Email
  • Phone Call (to business, home or cell phone)

By enrolling, you can subscribe to receive notifications about emergencies that may affect your home, business, school, child care and more. Simply visit www.alertsantarosa.com to register up to five street addresses within the county. Text messages will be received from 893-61 or 878-44, and phone calls will generate from 1-850-983-5257. You may want to save these numbers as "Alert Notifications" in your contact list to make them more recognizable. For questions or more information, contact Kevin Sowell, 850-983-5355, or email alertSR@santarosa.fl.gov.

Be prepared – You choose when and how
"If we can´t reach you, we can´t alert you"

Emergency Readiness Documents
- Bomb threat standoff card - Climate Adaptations lessons
- Climate Scenarios: A Florida-Centric View - Community Preparedness: Activities for everyone
- Crisis Response and Disaster Resilience - Crisis Response and Disaster Resilience
- Disaster Planning for homeless - Emergency Prepartedness System
- Florida Climate Change Scenario - Indicators of School Crime and Safety
- Introduction to Storm Surge - National Strategy recomendations:Future disaster preparedness
- Terrorism response - Tsunami fact sheet
- Violent extremism - Whole Community
- Wind Mitigation

Emergency Readiness Web Links
- 15 Disaster and Crisis Apps for iPhone and iPad - 3 days 3 ways
- 30 Tips for Emergency Preparedness - A MUST SEE VIDEO! Why we organize.
- Build a kit on a budget - Community needs database
- Community organization - Disaster and Preparedness Episode 2: Keep Mayhem to a Minimum- Video
- Disaster Preparedness Information - Emergency Planning - Protect Your Pet
- Emergency Preparedness for Diverse Communities - Emergency WIKI
- Episode 1 - Meet Disaster and Preparedness: - Episode 2 - Keep Mayhem to a Minimum
- Episode 3 - It's Not Rocket Science - Episode 4 - Should I Stay or Should I Go?:
- Episode 5 - Don't Let Disaster Have the Last Word": - Episode 6 - What's Your Next Move?:
- Episode 7 - Put Disaster Down for the Count - Five Excuses Not to be Ready
- Flood Preapredness: What you should know - FloodSmart Community Resources
- Food, Water and Medical Safety after a Disaster - Guidelines for Preventing Workplace Violence for Healthcare and Social Service Workers
- Historical Hurricane Tracks - How to Avoid Flood Damaged Cars
- How to Protect Your Home From Flood Damage - Hurricane preparedness information
- Hurricane Preparedness: What you should know - Hurricane Safety
- Infant Nutrition During a Disaster - Leveraging Partnerships after disaster
- Map tracking - Preparedness makes sense
- Red Cross Disaster Safety Checklist - Resources for Breastfedding During Emergencies
- Safe America - SafeAmerica
- School Preparedness - Shelter finder
- Space Weather - The Red Guide to Recovery: Resource Handbook for Disaster Survivors
- Tropical Cyclones Preparedness Guide - Tsunami awareness
- Why you are not prepared