The City encourages residents and people who work in the city to subscribe to Alert

By Staff

September 19th. 2023



It is called Alert Burlington, a free emergency notification system created to keep you informed about local emergencies – floods, gas leaks, and accidents that could put you or your property at risk. The City encourages residents and people who work in the city to subscribe.

In case of an emergency, Alert Burlington will send you messages through text, email, or phone calls. It will also give you instructions on whether you should leave your location or stay put.

Since its launch in 2022, there hasn’t been a need to send out any emergency alerts. However, it’s always a good idea to be prepared.

Sign up for this free community alert service by clicking HERE

You’ll need to provide your name, address, and contact information.

Those who are already registered with Alert Burlington should log in at least once a year to make sure contact information is up to date.

Burlington Fire Chief Karen Roche

Fire Chief Karen Roche explains: “When it comes to responding to emergency situations, time is of the essence. Alert Burlington is a tool that helps us connect with subscribers quickly to ensure they have access to real-time information in an emergency. It’s great to see the amount of people subscribed to the platform increasing, and I hope it continues to trend that way.”

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