Arapahoe, Jefferson, and Douglas, the three counties that serve the City of Littleton, utilize a state-of-the-art emergency notification system to alert citizens about emergencies (sometimes called "Reverse 9-1-1").
The emergency notification system enables the city to provide essential information quickly in a variety of situations, such as fires, floods, evacuation of buildings or neighborhoods, and other emergencies.
MOST RECENT REVERSE 9-1-1 ALERTS SENT IN THE ARAP-ALERT REGION:
How to Sign Up for Emergency Alerts
Land lines are already listed in Littleton's counties' 9-1-1 database, and are therefore automatically included in the notification system.
To register additional voice and text devices, click on the county link below to signup. All information provided will remain confidential.
How Emergency Alerts Work
When the city issues a message about a potential safety hazard or concern, messages will be sent to all standard voice and text communication devices (land line, mobile, email, instant messaging, text messaging, PDA, alpha or numeric pager, etc.) that you have registered in the system. The system will continue trying to contact you on these devices until it receives a confirmation from you that the message has been received.
Please note that this system will not be used for weather alerts because the timeliness or accuracy of such alerts cannot be guaranteed. There are a variety of other media outlets (TV and radio stations, and weather-related web sites and alerts) that can provide this service in a more timely manner.