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The Connecticut Emergency Alerting and Notification System (or CT Alert ENS) allows emergency services personnel to notify residents and businesses about a potential emergency circumstance. This system uses the 911 database and citizen opt-in data that residents voluntarily provide (phone numbers, email addresses, etc.).
Connecticut State Statute dictates that CT Alert ENS E911 database can only be used for life-threatening situations. However, the Trumbull Citizen Alert system can be used for non-life-threatening situations.
Visit the CT Alert ENS website to register and receive emergency alerts.
To receive notifications, visit the Connecticut Emergency Alert and Notification System website and follow the instructions.
Yes. Your listed and unlisted land-line phone numbers are automatically included in the CT Alert ENS database. If you wish to include your cell phone, you can register an account at the Connecticut Emergency Alert and Notification System website.
Yes. CT Alert ENS will send alerts to these devices.
Yes. In the case an alert message is sent out to the entire town or to the geographic area in which your business is located, you will receive it.
Yes, you can return to the CT Alert ENS website to update your profile.