Emergency Notifications

Smart911 - Share Critical Information Before an Emergency

Smart911 - Share Critical Information Before an Emergency

The Chattahoochee River 9-1-1 Authority (ChatComm), serving the Cities of Sandy Springs and Johns Creek, is the first in Georgia to purchase and use Smart911. Smart911 allows residents to enter information online that is delivered automatically to a 9-1-1 operator when a 9-1-1 call is placed. This same information can be accessed by emergency responders as well.

“By entering critical information online before an emergency, you can help ensure that first responders are better prepared to serve you when you call 9-1-1,” said Mayor Eva Galambos. “Help the City of Sandy Springs help you. Register today.”

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CodeRED Weather Warnings

CodeRED is an emergency notification system that will automatically call registered residents and businesses with a recorded warning from the National Weather Service if a severe weather warning is issued their area.

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Tornado Warning Sirens

Tornado Warning Sirens

In 2012, the City of Sandy Springs installed eight tornado sirens throughout the city. The sirens will be used to help alert citizens to severe weather in the area.

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Emergency Twitter Notifications

TwitterFollow us on Twitter @SSGA_Traffic to receive updates through your computer or mobile phone on road conditions, road closures and other incidents that affect traffic in Sandy Springs.

Also consider following us on Twitter @SSGA_Emergency to receive notifications in the event of a natural or man-made disaster.