Please read all information listed before creating an account!


You will be asked to create an account:

Complete Your Profile After creating your user name and password, you’ll be brought to a page where you can complete your profile. This is where you enter your personal information, including First Name, Last Name and Registration Email.

Next, you will select how you want to receive alerts. Options may include SMS text messages (carrier fee may apply), email, mobile phones, landlines, or a mobile application for Android and iOS devices (Note: you must download the Everbridge Member App to your device). The order you set these contact paths will be the order we will try and reach you in the event of an emergency.

You can register as a resident or business Use your company name for first and last name if registering a business.

Enter any Locations You Care About We send alerts based on a geographical location on a map. Insert up to five addresses for which you want to receive an alert if the location is affected by an incident or upcoming event.

IMPORTANT – If the address you provided is not in our database of known addresses for our jurisdiction, you will be presented with other options to add your address into this system, including: selection from a list of suggested addresses, or dropping a pin to select your location on the map (Microsoft Silverlight plug-in is required). You will not receive any location based alerts if you do not provide a complete address.

Sign Up for Alerts You Care About You’ll be presented with various alert subscriptions to sign up for. These could be important community alerts, transportation alerts, weather notifications, etc.

Additional Information Can be found in the upper right hand corner of the website. This information includes an overview of the program and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). Please review these areas to familiarize yourself with the program.


Once you have finished and saved your account, you have successfully signed up. Remember to retain your username and password because you will need this information to update your information.

Okanogan County Respects Your Privacy!! Okanogan County will never share or distribute your personal information, unless required to do so by law. Additionally, Okanogan County will never use your information for any purpose other than to send emergency notifications or information pertaining to the area you selected.

If you have any questions contact Glenda Beauregard, Okanogan County Emergency Management Department, at 509-422-7206.

Go to Okanogan County Alert System