Sarasota County is encouraging property owners, both year-round and seasonal, to sign up for its free CodeRED alert notification system. The CodeRED alert notification system provides alerts to property owners on issues in their neighborhood, including water/sewer service interruptions, road closures, Amber Alerts, evacuations and more.
CodeRED issues an automated phone call to alert registered property owners and occupants in the event of an incident that could impact their daily activities
“The CodeRED system is a valuable communications tool that allows us to keep property owners and renters informed about events in their neighborhood,” said Paula Parsons Grubb of Sarasota County Environmental Utilities, in a news release.
To sign up for the CodeRED system, visit www.scgov.net and select the CodeRED system button on the front page. Registration is free, and Sarasota County does not share the information with private third-party vendors.
For more information, contact the Sarasota County Call Center at 861-5000 or visit www.scgov.net, keyword search CodeRED.
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