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Baltimore City launches BMORE ALERT

Posted at 2:47 AM, Jan 11, 2019
and last updated 2019-01-11 02:47:20-05

BALTIMORE — The City of Baltimore wants to make sure all residents, businesses and visitors are informed about emergencies.

BMORE ALERT launched Thursday. It's a new emergency notification system where anyone who signs up can be notified by phone, text or email.

Alerts can be sent out for a variety of emergencies including: severe weather, winter storms or hurricanes, flooding, hazmat situations, infectious disease outbreaks, widespread power outages and evacuations.

Anyone interested must provide a phone number, email address and street address for their account. Depending on the emergency, the alerts may be sent out in phone calls, text messages and/or emails from the City of Baltimore.

The numbers that will send out alerts are:

  • (866) 419-5000
  • (855) 969-4636

These numbers can be called to hear the last message sent out.

Anyone who wants to sign up can follow this link.