Were you caught off guard and did know what was going on ? Sign up for Nixle, a free service for important community alerts.
Residents can recieve up-to-date information affecting their neighborhood by e-mail, text, or web.
What is Nixle?
NIXLE is an emergency notification service that will alert residents to emergency weather events, road closings, public safety advisories, natural and manmade disasters, and general city information through email and text messaging.
Go to www.nixle.com
Click “Register Now”
Create an account by choosing a User Name and Password
Enter an e-mail address and cell phone number where you would like to receive messages
Enter your address (or a nearby intersection)
Click “Sign Me Up”
To Customize the Service
Log in at www.nixle.com
Click “Add New” to add addresses in your town or around the country. Do your relatives live out of the area? Keep track of what’s happening near your loved ones and the places you work, live, or visit.
Select a location from the left-hand menu and subscribe to receive messages from each agency by checking the “Subscribe” option. Adjust which messages by priority level are sent to your e-mail and/or cell phone. Please note: you must opt-in to receive messages from your local community groups.
iPhone & iPad App
Nixle also has an app for the iPhone and iPad. You can download the free app directly by visiting the Nixle iTunes page, or by searching “Nixle” in the App store.
the Nixle team of engineering, public safety, and communications professionals have worked very hard to develop a system that “connects communities.” We hope you enjoy America’s new community information service!
Need assistance? Send e-mail to email@example.com and your question will be answered within 24 hours.
Any questions contact Lieutenant Tim Reed using the contact form below..
In preparation for the storm and drop in temperatures, emergency hotlines and web services have been made available.
During the storm, the Brigantine Office of Emergency Management recommends checking on family members and friends, as well as the elderly, disabled or isolated. Also the NJOEM recommends keeping pets indoors and dressing in layers to avoid frostbite and hypothermia when going outdoors.
OEM director James Bennett is recommending drivers check their vehicle’s cooling, charging and exhaust systems by a qualified technician and to have good wipers and windshield washer fluid on their vehicles. Throughout the storm, Lt. Bennett is recommending drivers drive slowly, leave distance between other vehicles and carry an emergency winter kit with flashlights, warm clothes, gloves, non-perishable snacks, a blanket, a shovel, an abrasive like sand and a cell phone charger. Before starting a vehicle, Lt. Bennett recommends drivers make sure their tailpipe is clean before starting their car and to remove all snow and ice from the vehicle.
OEM is prepared to activate an Emergency Operations Center during any major disaster to allow coordination of all support agencies to provide continuity of services to the public
Lieutenant Jim Bennett, Director 266-7600 extension 285
Visit http://brigantinepolice.org/oem-html for more information
Other emergency services and tips throughout the storm will be available through the following sites and social media:
City of Brigantine – www.bb-nj.com
City of Brigantine FACEBOOK- https://www.facebook.com/brigantinebeachnj
City of Brigantine TWITTER- @Brigantinenj
Brigantine Police – FACEBOOK- https://www.facebook.com/brigantinepolice
Brigantine Police -TWITTER- @Brigantinepd
Brigantine on NIXLE- http://local.nixle.com/brigantine-police-department/
Brigantine Office of Emergency Management ” OEM” – http://brigantinepolice.org/oem
National Weather Service — www.erh.noaa.gov/er/phi/
New Jersey Office of Emergency Management — www.ready.nj.gov
ReadyNJ Alerts and Updates Blog — www.readynj.wordpress.com
NJOEM on Facebook — www.facebook.com/READYNEWJERSEY
NJOEM on Twitter — www.twitter.com/ReadyNJ
NJ State Police on Facebook — www.facebook.com/NewJerseyStatePolice
NJ State Police on Twitter — www.twitter.com/NJSP
Atlantic County Office of Emergency Preparedness has contracted the services of a Emergency Notification System that may be used to notify all residents of Atlantic County in the event of an emergency. We have also contracted with Verizon to obtain the 9-1-1 Database. This database contains every direct dial landline telephone number in Atlantic County. The Verizon 9-1-1 Database at this time does not capture Cellular phones, or some Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) phone numbers. This registration process will allow you to register your cellular, and/or VOIP phone numbers with your address. Additionally, individuals who maintain property in the county but live in other areas should consider registering as well. This will ensure that you are on the list to receive notifications from our Emergency Notification System.
The secure, customized Community Notification Enrollment (CNE) page allows residents and businesses to add or update their contact information to ensure they will be included when a message is sent – unlisted numbers, mobile numbers, TDD/TTY requirements can all be entered.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
1. I received a CodeRED call, does that mean I am in the CodeRED database?
YES. If you would like to submit additional information, such as cell phone number(s), text and email information, you should re-register. Duplicated numbers will be automatically removed from the system. If you are unsure if you are registered, it is better to re-register. This will ensure that your information is included in the database. All data is kept strictly confidential and will only be used for emergency purposes.
2. Why did CodeRED call me several times?
If there is no answer and you do not have an answering device, the number will be attempted up to 3 times.
3. CodeRED called me, but no message played.
If you pick up the phone but do not speak, CodeRED will not know it has contacted a live person. The system will disconnect and retry at a later time.
4. Why did it leave only part of the message on my answering machine?
CodeRED will leave a message on an answering device. There are many different brands and types of devices on which to leave messages. On occasion, it may be unable to determine if it has reached a live person or a machine, and therefore only a partial message may be delivered. The recipient can retrieve the message by calling 1-866-419-5000.
5. Why does my phone ring once and hang up? I have received two calls but was unable to answer them.
If your answering device has a ring back tone which plays a song, the system will interpret this as an Operator Intercept and hang up. It will, however, retry the number. There are two options to resolve this issue. You can remove the ring back tone or contact your cell phone provider to request that the CodeRED message phone numbers, 1-855-969-4636 and 1-866-419-5000 are bypassed to ring normally.