Can I choose not to receive CodeRED messages?

You may opt out of receiving non-emergency public service messages. At this time, the website does not allow opting out of emergency messages.

FCC regulations prohibit sending non-emergency messages to unpublished and unlisted numbers. If you have an unpublished number and want non-emergency public service messages, please add your phone number to the database and opt-in for these notifications. An example of a non-emergency notification might include notice that trash pick-up is delayed by one day.

Individuals who do not want to receive any calls, for any reason, may contact the Police Department to sign a waiver and have their phone number removed from the call list.

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1. Who provides the CodeRED service? Is the company reputable?
2. What if I move and need to stop receiving CodeRED notices?
3. Who can help me to enter additional contact information into CodeRED?
4. Should I password protect my CodeRED phone information?
5. What if someone uses my address, and does not live with me?
6. How can I be sure that my personal information and contact information in the CodeRED system are kept private?
7. Can I choose not to receive CodeRED messages?
8. Can I arrange to have CodeRED call my place of business?
9. How do I sign up for CodeRED?
10. Do I have to pay a fee for the CodeRED emergency communications service?
11. How will I receive emergency notifications if the power goes out?
12. Why do I need CodeRED when I have radio and television to keep me informed?
13. Will I constantly receive phone calls from the CodeRED system?
14. What is CodeRED and why is it important to me?