Emergency cell phone locator

 

Sign up for the Alert Pinellas, an emergency notification service. It is FREE to our residents and will give us multiple ways to get the word to you whenever an urgent situation arises. All you have to do is register your contact information with Alert Pinellas and an automated message will be sent to alert you to local emergencies.


Pinellas County Connection TV (PCC-TV) produces emergency preparedness educational and informational programs that are available through steaming video 24-hours a day on the PCC-TV webpage. See hurricane video page.

During an activation of the Emergency Operations Center, PCC-TV will air live coverage of all press briefings. Watch PCC-TV live and provide timely updates.

Emergency cell phone locator

Cell phone users and VoIP (voice over IP) customers can now register their phone numbers with the CodeRED program to receive emergency notifications from the Lakewood Police Department, just like residents with land lines.

CodeRED is an automated phone calling/emergency notification system.  When the need exists to notify citizens in a certain area of the city, you can receive the notification on your cell phone or VoIP phone. The service, managed by the Jefferson County E911 Authority, is available to all Jefferson County residents.


Residents and businesses are encouraged to add additional contact information, including phone numbers, SMS (text) and email address preferences.

Sign up for the Alert Pinellas, an emergency notification service. It is FREE to our residents and will give us multiple ways to get the word to you whenever an urgent situation arises. All you have to do is register your contact information with Alert Pinellas and an automated message will be sent to alert you to local emergencies.


Pinellas County Connection TV (PCC-TV) produces emergency preparedness educational and informational programs that are available through steaming video 24-hours a day on the PCC-TV webpage. See hurricane video page.

During an activation of the Emergency Operations Center, PCC-TV will air live coverage of all press briefings. Watch PCC-TV live and provide timely updates.

Will e2Campus (a service of Omnilert) work with your cell phone or mobile device? You can try a simple test below to determine if your device will receive Short Message Service (SMS) text messages.

If you did not receive the test:

An organization devoted to the socially responsible reuse of retired cellular telephones and cell phone components, AmericanCellPhoneDrive.org raises funds for charitable organizations which provide scholarships for American children who have lost a parent to enemy or terrorist acts, feed malnourished children in Asia, build low-income housing, donate prepaid calling cards to military personnel, sponsor missionaries in China and support a host of other good works.

AmericanCellPhoneDrive.org cellular phone collection drives have also been used as school fundraisers, to finance community recreation programs and to provide working telephones and 911 service to at-risk individuals, such as indigent senior citizens, who would otherwise be without phone service.

Donating your old, obsolete cell phone or cell phones through AmericanCellPhoneDrive.org is free, fast and easy. Simply enter your ZIP Code in the box above to find an AmericanCellPhoneDrive.org donation box near your home and drop your deactivated cell phone into it. Repairable cell phones will be restored for use. Unsellable phones will be broken down and recycled in accordance with all state and federal regulations governing disposal of arsenic, lead, mercury and other toxic cell phone components.