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Effective Oct 1st 2012 Code RED will NO LONGER be utilized by Navarro County or Corsicana OEM for emergency notifications.
Both Navarro County and Corsicana are switching to a new advanced community notification system called Navarro County / City of Corsicana Alert Notification System. This system is powered by Everbridge, a nationally utilized system that will give both local government and our citizens more options and will operate under a single database allowing for a streamlined use during emergencies and local notifications. Under the new Alert Notification System, you will have the option to create your own account online, and in addition to emergency notifications, you can enter up to 7 devices to be notified on, the order in which you will be notified, types of notifications you want to be notified of, special needs, volunteer options, business special needs, business volunteer options, and more.

This system is set to go live on October 26th, 2012. On the same date our new website, http://www.navarrocountyoem.org, will also go live with a direct link for Navarro County/ City of Corsicana Alert Notification System. The new website will be streamlined with new information and be easier to navigate for our users. We will have real-time weather from our local weather stations, burn ban information, links to our Facebook page, and more. New this month is NCOEM on Twitter. ReadyWarn weather warning posts will now be automatically posted to Facebook and to Twitter. You can now follow us on Twitter at the url blow. Thank you for your continued support and sharing this with your neighbors.