What is CodeRED and why is it important to me?
CodeRED is a Park County service by which officials can notify residents by telephone about emergency situations or critical community alerts. The system is capable of sending messages only to people affected by a particular situation, or, in the case of a widespread emergency like a blizzard, to the entire population.

The speed of the CodeRED system (up to 60,000 calls per hour) is so great that we are able to send a message to affected households almost as quickly as officials become aware of the situation.

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1. How do I remove my contact information from the Park County Code Red?
2. What is CodeRED and why is it important to me?
3. Does the system have my telephone number, or do I have to sign up to receive CodeRED emergency calls?
4. How do I sign up for CodeRED?
5. I made an error when entering my information, what do I do?
6. I have a cordless phone, and it does not work when the power goes out. How is CodeRED going to be able to contact me?
7. Will I receive a Emergency Notification call on my home phone if the number is unlisted?
8. Can I arrange to have CodeRED call my place of business?
9. Why do I need CodeRED when I have radio and TV to keep me informed?
10. Does this mean that I will be getting constantly receiving phone calls?
11. For what kinds of situations will CodeRED be used?
12. Who provides the CodeRED service? Is the company reputable?
13. I live near Park County, but I am not a resident. Can I sign up for CodeRED?