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  • OEM launches MyAlerts.pima.gov emergency alerts system

    Mar 30, 2017 | Read More News
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    Pima County has launched a mass notification system designed to keep the public informed in the event of an emergency. 

    OEMPima County’s MyAlerts.pima.gov, hosted on the Everbridge platform, pushes messages to all kinds of devices, quickly and reliably, making it the go-to tool for keeping the public informed. 

    Subscribers can receive notifications about weather-related events, police situations, public health concerns or any public emergencies.

    MyAlerts.pima.gov also allows Pima County to send geographically specific messages, tailored to ZIP code, blocks, streets or regions charted on a map. 

    To subscribe, users create a profile at MyAlerts.pima.gov. Subscribers can enter additional information like physical addresses, to receive emergency notifications specific to the areas where they live and work. 


    About Pima County Office of Emergency Management

    The Office of Emergency Management works to prevent the loss of life and reduce property damage resulting from man-made, technological and natural disasters. PCOEM also assists municipalities and local governments with developing plans to ensure the highest level of emergency preparedness.

    About Everbridge

    Following the tragic events of 9/11, Everbridge was founded with a vision of helping facilitate this approach and improving the way that people communicate and locate their people in critical situations. Our SaaS-based critical communications platform is built on a secure, scalable and reliable infrastructure with multiple layers of redundancy to enable the rapid delivery of critical communications, with near real-time verification, over numerous devices and contact paths.


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