How will I know if I am receiving a target notification call?
At the beginning of a target notification call, the official agency providing you instructions will identify themselves (i.e. Please stay on the line for an important message from the Wheat Ridge Police Department….) In addition, your caller ID will likely display the agency’s name and a call back number.

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1. Who should opt in?
2. Will my information be sold or distributed?
3. When will I receive phone calls?
4. What do I do if I move?
5. Can I add my landline telephone number?
6. Can I enter my telephone number more than once at different addresses?
7. Do I have to enter an actual address?
8. Will I be solicited in any way at the phone number that I enter?
9. If I am in a location that is different than the address that I enter into the website for my wireless phone, will I still be contacted if an emergency affects the address entered?
10. After I create my online account, how long will it be before my phone numbers are “active” to receive target notification?
11. How will I know if I am receiving a target notification call?
12. Are there any fees associated with target notification?
13. Can I register to receive a text message target notification?
14. Is the target notification system able to assist individuals that are deaf or hard of
15. Can I select the types of emergency situations that I want to be included in the target notification and exclude others (i.e. wildland evacuations but not Amber Alerts)?
16. If I have a “blocked” phone will this impact target notification?
17. If I miss part of the message, what do I do?
18. If I make a mistake on my account and submit the wrong phone number/s how do I make a correction?