West Hollywood – EMNS

EMNS?  Emergency Mass Notification System

The City of West Hollywood has implemented a mass notification system to be used in emergency situations to send out automated messages on behalf of the City to its residents. The system can target a geographic area and send out messages via telephone, fax, and e-mail. The City plans to utilize this system to alert residents of major public safety incidents.  

To receive emergency communications from the City, residents and business owners must register the voice and text communication devices where they wish to receive messages. Messages can be sent simultaneously in voice and text formats to all standard voice and text communication devices, including land line phone, cell phone and e-mail.

Please note: listed telephone numbers have already been included in the system. You may register additional communication devices into the system.

  • To add your contact information into the City’s Emergency Mass Notification System please click here
  • To remove your contact information from the City’s Emergency Mass Notification System please click here.

For additional information, please contact the Public Safety Division at (323) 848-6414.

09-29-08-003

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One response to “West Hollywood – EMNS

  1. The residents of West Hollywood are so fortunate to have a Public Safety Division and commissioners that care so much about the safety of their citizens.
    I am impressed. I would hope other cities would look to your example and implement this system.
    I have experience with this type notification system through the school districts. It works great there, and I am sure it will work great for the city!

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