Sign Up for Waltham Emergency Alert Notifications!

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Waltham Emergency Alert Sign up:

The City of Waltham has implemented CodeRED, a high-speed emergency notification solution provided by Emergency Communications Network to help keep residents and businesses informed with important information that may immediately impact their safety. To see how the CodeRED system works, click here.

Please note: If you are unsure of whether your contact information is in the emergency database, or you have recently moved or changed your telephone number, it is important to visit the enrollment page to add or update your information.

The City of Waltham will use the CodeRED system to notify the entire city, or specific areas within the city depending on the emergency. The CodeRED system will deliver telephone calls, text messages and emails. Messages may regard evacuations, police activity, missing children, boil water notices or other information. Please listen to the message carefully.

 

Identifying Notifications: 

You will know the call is a CodeRED notification from the City of Waltham when you see the following Caller IDs. Please make sure to add these telephone numbers to your phone’s contacts. If you would like to hear the last message delivered to your phone, simply dial the number back.

Emergency Comm: 866-419-5000

Emergency messages that require your immediate attention will be delivered through this telephone number.

ECN Community: 855-969-4636

Community notifications that do not require your immediate attention will be delivered through this telephone number. You may opt-in to receive community notifications by selecting the enrollment link above.

 

Examples of emergency warnings:

  • Lockdown notice
  • Impending Storm/Hurricane
  • Viral outbreak
  • Dangerous individual
  • Missing person
  • Evacuations
  • Active shooter
  • Chemical spill
  • Nuclear threats

 

Examples of community warnings:

  • Parking Ban Alerts
  • Hydrant Testing
  • Testing of college emergency sirens
  • Fraud or scam alerts
  • Community watch information