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The City of Kenmore has recently added a new means of contacting Kenmore residents: the Alert Northshore Emergency Notification System. Now, the cities of Kenmore and Lake Forest Park and Northshore Emergency Management Coalition (NEMCo) will use Alert Northshore for emergency notifications and the distribution of information considered to be important.

Alert Northshore allows officials to text, email or phone all or targeted areas in Kenmore in case of an emergency situation that requires immediate action, such as an evacuation, contaminated water, hazardous chemical spill, road closures, etc. This system is capable of dialing the entire city within minutes, delivering a pre-recorded message, text, or email describing the situation, including instructions on any actions needed to remain safe.

You must sign up to receive Alert Northshore messages. If you reside or own property within the boundaries of the City of Kenmore or the City of Lake Forest Park and would like to receive Alert Northshore emergency messages, please sign up below. Should you at any time desire to be removed from the calling list you may do so by calling Bryan Hampson, City of Kenmore, at 425-398-8900.

FAQs about Alert Northshore

Want to know more about Alert Northshore? Here are answers to commonly asked questions about the service.

Expand/Contract Questions and Answers

  • What is Alert Northshore?

  • How will I benefit from this service?

  • What is NEMCo?

  • How does it work?

  • What should I do if I receive an Alert Northshore message?

  • What should I do if I don’t receive a message?

  • What is Alert Northshore used for?

  • How Do I Register?

  • What will Alert Northshore be activated for?

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