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Posted on: November 6, 2018

Sign up now to receive City of Marysville emergency alerts

MarysvilleAlerts

Marysville city officials urge people who live or work in the city to sign up for Marysville Alerts, a new service offered by the city's Emergency Management division. 

"When disaster or other major emergency event occurs, you want information as quickly as possible," said Diana, Marysville's Emergency Manager. "With Marysville Alerts, you will be among the first to know." 

Benefits of Marysville Alerts

  • Depending on your phone service, you may receive alerts in via text message or automated phone call.
  • You can opt to receive messages in English, Spanish or many other languages.
  • If you live or work outside Marysville city limits, you can also register the other address to receive alerts for both locations.
  • You can add information about other people in your household to help first responders in an emergency.

This Smart911 service is provided free of charge to ensure free and equal access to all residents of our community. Sign up now at www.marysvillewa.gov/317/Emergency-Management

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