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Sign-up with Alert Hawaiian Gardens to receive Emergency Notifications to your mobile phone and/or e-mail address.
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Sign-up with Alert Hawaiian Gardens to receive Emergency Notifications to your mobile phone and/or e-mail address.  Emergencies can include health, safety, and welfare of the community, an imminent emergency or an incident that impacts city operations. The service is free service.

SIGN UP WITH ALERT HAWAIIAN GARDENS

Do you want to receive location-based alerts on your mobile device  to ensure you receive critical information when you are in a CodeRED client’s jurisdiction (outside of the City of Hawaiian Gardens)? Download the CodeRED Mobile Alert app

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How does the alert system work?

Authorized officials record a voice, e-mail or text message that is then delivered quickly to individuals who register for alert notifications.

  • Does this replace other emergency notification systems?

No, the system supplements, but does not replace communication methods used by first responders. 9-1-1 is still available and should be used in the event of an emergency.

  • Is my contact information included in the ALERT Hawaiian Gardens system database?

ALERT Hawaiian Gardens contains residential and commercial landline phone numbers for most of Hawaiian Gardens geographic population that is published in the white and yellow pages. In accordance with the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), landline numbers are acquired from commercial carriers’ 9-1-1 telephone database. The use of the 9-1-1 database is regulated by the CPUC code sections 2872 and 2891.1. The code states that information contained in the 9-1-1 database is confidential, proprietary and shall not be disclosed or used except by authorized personnel for the purpose of emergency notifications.