ARROYO GRANDE, CA - ARROYO GRANDE POLICE DEPARTMENT ASKS RESIDENTS TO SIGN-UP TO RECEIVE LOCAL ALERTS
Arroyo Grande Residents Can Now Receive Real Time Public Safety
Messages Through Nixle.
The Arroyo Grande Police Department has partnered with Nixle to implement its Community Notification System to alert residents in real-time for localized emergency situations and relevant community advisories.
As a resident, there are
several simple ways to register:
1. Text your ZIPCODE (93420) to 888777 from your mobile phone
2. Go to https://ca-arroyogrande.civicplus.com/123/Police and sign up via the Nixle Widget
Once registered, residents will receive a confirmation text to their mobile device. Residents may also customize their alert settings by going to www.nixle.com and creating a User Profile.
We see this as a valuable
tool that will enable the Arroyo Grande Police Department the opportunity to
provide critical information to our community in a more efficient manner.
The service is secure,
reliable and easy to use for our organization.
All Alerts will be targeted geographically, allowing residents to receive localized, relevant alerts from the Arroyo
Grande Police Department. Nixle Alerts can be sent
via Text, Email, Web, and the Nixle Mobile App in an instant. Nixle is partnered with NLETS for unmatched data security, as well as the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, the National Blue Alert Network, and Google for unmatched reach and two-way information exchange.
We are very excited to have
you experience it for yourself.
About Nixle -
Founded in 2009, Nixle provides a mass
communications hub built exclusively for government to provide secure,
reliable, and relevant information to residents in real-time. Today, over 7,200 Agencies around the United States rely on Nixle for Community Engagement and Emergency Communications. Nixle’s exclusive partnerships with NLETS, Google and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children allows local police departments nationwide to send immediate alerts and advisories. For more information, visit www.nixle.com.
Beau D. Pryor, Chief of Police