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Emergency Management - Main Office
 
Hours
M - F: 8am - 5pm
 
 
Phone
(407) 742-9000
 
Address
2586 Partin Settlement Road
Kissimmee, FL 34744

Alert Osceola Emergency Notifications/Alerts

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Register for Alert Osceola

Receive alerts about emergencies and other important community news by signing up for our Emergency Alert Program. This system enables us to provide you with critical information quickly in a variety of situations, such as severe weather, unexpected road closures, missing persons and evacuations of buildings or neighborhoods. When you enroll for Emergency Alerts, you will have the option to subscribe to general community messages, including those from your County Commissioners. You may edit your account features at any time.

You will receive time-sensitive messages wherever you specify, such as your home, mobile or business phones, email address, text messages and more. You pick where, you pick how.

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Stay Informed During an Emergency. AlertOsceola is Osceola County's public safety warning system capable of notifying Osceola County residents of an immediate emergency. Registration for AlertOsceola is free, and allows public safety officials to notify you of emergencies such as a missing person, road closures, hazardous materials spill, law enforcement advisories, and wildfire, tornado, and flood warnings issued by the National Weather Service. AlertOsceols is only used for emergency purposes by authorized public safety officials. To register text AlertOsceola to 888777 and follow the link to sign-up, or visit http://alertosceola.org. Communications Tool-Kit. NOAA Weather Radio: Have a battery-powered, tone-alert NOAA Weather Radio in your home and place of work. Local Media/National Weather Service: Get connected to local news media and the National Weather Service email and text messaging services. AlertOsceola: Register with AlertOsceola to receive emergency notification messages by landline, cellular, voice or internet protocol (VoIP) phones, and/or email.
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Manténgase informado durante una emergencia. Osceola te alerta es el sistema de alertas de seguridad pública del condado de Osceola con la capacidad de notificar a sus residentes de una emergencia inmediata. La registración en el Sistema de Osceola te alerta es gratis, y permite a los funcionarios de seguridad publica comunicarle sobre una emergencia tal como personas desaparecidas, cierre de carreteras, derrame de materiales tóxicos, una alerta policial, y amenazas climáticas como incendios forestales, tornados, e inundaciones de parte del Servicio Nacional Meteorológico. Osceola te alerta solo es utilizado en emergencias por funcionarios de seguridad publica autorizados. Para Inscribirse: Textee AlertOsceola al numero 888777 o Visite http://alertosceola.org. Equipo para comunicaciones. Radio climático de la NOAA: Tenga un radio portátil con baterías cargadas en casa y en el trabajo para notificaciones de alertas climáticas. Prensa Local/Servicio Nacional de Meteorología: Manténgase conectado a medios de comunicación locales y con el sistema de mensajes y texto del servicio nacional de meteorología. AlertOsceola: Inscríbase al sistema Osceola te alerta para recibir notificaciones de emergencia vía telefónica, celular, correo de vos, líneas de vos sobre protocolos de internet y/o mensajes de electronicos.

Deaf and Hard of Hearing

As a deaf or hard of hearing community member, you should know that the Alert Osceola is fully TDD & TTY compliant. Please use a text enabled device as your Primary phone number. Our current messaging does not communicate with the Sorenson Video Relay Service. We understand that the company is working to receive the “robotic” type call Alert Osceola generates. Please also include your email address as another method of notification.

In using your text capable cell phone, please include the provider from the drop-down list in the sign-up area. This includes all the primary cellular network companies such as Sprint, AT&T, Verizon etc. If you need assistance with Emergency Sign-ups, please email: EMDO@osceola.org and a staff member from Emergency Management will get back to you as soon as possible.

Again, thank you for using Alert Osceola!