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Posted on: March 4, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Emergency Notification Alert System - Swiftreach


The Borough has an emergency notification alert system, Swiftreach, where you can sign up to receive valuable information in advance of and during an emergency situation.

An extremely important new feature to the alert system is the Special Evacuation Needs section.  This field allows you to include any special requirements you or your family members may have that First Responders need to know in order to evacuate you safely during an emergency.  Such needs would include, but not be limited to, disabilities/mobility issues; hearing or vision impairment; medical devices; children with special needs; pets.  Anyone who has already registered with Swiftreach may log in to their account to update the Special Evacuation Needs section, as well as update your existing information.

We urge you to take advantage of this technology.  Click here to sign up:  Notifications can be by phone, text and/or email, whichever you choose.

If you have any questions or need additional guidance, please contact OEM Coordinator Darren Blankenbush at 201-664-7100 ext. 308.


Ray Arroyo, Mayor

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