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. What is a short code?
4. Does the system have my telephone number, or do I have to sign up to receive CodeRED emergency calls?
5. How do I sign up for CodeRED?
6. I made an error when entering my information, what do I do?
7. 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?
8. Will I receive a Emergency Notification call on my home phone if the number is unlisted?
9. Can I arrange to have CodeRED call my place of business?
10. Why do I need CodeRED when I have radio and TV to keep me informed?
11. Does this mean that I will be getting constantly receiving phone calls?
12. For what kinds of situations will CodeRED be used?
13. Who provides the CodeRED service? Is the company reputable?
14. I live near Park County, but I am not a resident. Can I sign up for CodeRED?
15. Why was only a portion of the message delivered when I have a solicitation blocker on my phone?
16. How do I hear the message if I missed it?
17. How can I ensure that I always answer calls from code red?