Amir Mousavi, Director of Safety, City of Jeffersonville announces that the Department of Safety will be conducting a test of CodeRED on Monday, November 24, 2014 and he encourages all Jeffersonville residents to sign-up for CodeRED.
CodeRED is Jeffersonville’s emergency notification system.
CodeRED notifies Jeffersonville residents who are signed-up with CodeRED of imminent threats to health and safety via phone, text message, email or social media.
Jeffersonville residents can enroll to receive CodeRED community notifications at
https://public.coderedweb.com/CNE/BF991D5473F2 and register to receive mobile alerts at http://ecnetwork.com/mobile/getitnow.html.
“Winter is fast approaching and with it comes the threat of weather-related emergencies. I strongly encourage every Jeffersonville resident to sign-up with CodeRED. It’s one of the primary tools we can use to notify people of emergency situations including weather emergencies. It’s designed to protect life, property and environment,” said Mousavi.
“CodeRED is a valuable tool that helps quickly alert our residents whenever we are facing emergency situations,” said Mayor Mike Moore.
The system’s state of the art technology will reach all residents citizens who have signed-up with CodeRED who live within the areas of Jeffersonville that are effected. The reach of the CodeRED notifications can be as broad as the entire city, or as specific as a one block area.
In addition to emergency notifications, residents can opt to receive severe weather warnings such as tornado, severe thunderstorm and flash flood.
Funding for CodeRED was unanimously approved by City Council in June 2014.
CONTACT: AMIR MOUSAVI (502-795-4162)