We’re sorry, it does not appear that your County has subscribed to an Enhanced Emergency Notification Service for which you can register your cell phone, Internet Phone, pager, text message address, e-mail address, fax number or other messaging devices. This does not mean that your County does not subscribe to an Emergency Notification Service which will notify you on your wireline telephone number in the event of a public emergency. If you have an Internet phone, you may still receive notifications regarding public emergencies, depending upon your service provider.
Please check back and register when Emergency Notification Service with which you can register your phone is available in your area.
Please help us fund the modernization of the Colorado 9-1-1 System…
Support Colorado 9-1-1
Just $1 per month per Colorado resident will modernize the 9-1-1 network, upgrade the rural Emergency Call Centers, help pay for Enhanced Emergency Notification Services, and allow us to educate the public regarding proper uses of 9-1-1. More generous donations will help us accomplish these goals sooner. Please help us, help Colorado’s First Responders, save lives. You can be assured that your donation to support Colorado’s 9-1-1 System will save lives!
To Give, please use our secure credit card server; or help us avoid processing fees and send your check to:
PO Box #1841
Castle Rock, CO 80104
Please make an annual contribution of $12 or more for each person in your home. Write in the memo area of your check the way you would like your name to appear on our donor page (for example, “Jane Jones, Denver;” or “The Jones Family, Colorado Springs;” or “J. Jones, Grand Junction.”)
Our Application for IRS Determination of Tax Exemption is pending. If that application is ultimately denied, your donation will not be tax deductible as a charitable contribution.