Sign Up for Emergency Alerts from Little Silver and Oceanport
Both boroughs have an emergency alert system in place. Make sure they have your contact information, including cell phone numbers in case power is lost.
When Hurricane Sandy whipped through Monmouth County, Little Silver and Oceanport residents were left without power, with damaged landlines and with minimal cell phone service.
With a winter storm quickly approaching the Jersey Shore, residents are encouraged to sign up for the emergency notification system in either Little Silver and Oceanport with their home phone, cell phone and e-mail address to help increase their ability to receive vital information.
Oceanport OEM Coordinator Buzz Baldanza stressed at Thursday's council meeting that residents should take the time to add cell phone numbers to receive text messages, in the event that power is lost.
The CodeRED notification system used by Oceanport allows emergency personnel and government officials to alert residents about possible dangers through telephone calls and email notifications.
In addition to road closures, severe weather and power outages the alert system can be used at any point in time for other reasons officials see fit, such as child abductions or other crimes.
Little Silver uses Two River Alert for emergency notication to immediately contact you during a major crisis or emergency. Two River Alert allows the borough and school districts to contact you when an incident or emergency occurs and keep you informed through out the event with real time updates providing you with instructions on where to go, when to go, where not to go and contact information.
Click here to sign up for CodeRED alerts in Oceanport.
Click here to sign up for Two River Alert in Little Silver.
You may unsubscribe from the service at any point by returning to the respective websites and following the instructions there.
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