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Gloucester launches ‘BEE Alert’ notification system

Gloucester County Emergency Management launched this week a new emergency notification service for residents called “BEE Alert.”

All residents must manually register to receive emergency notifications even if they are already registered with the current CodeRED system.

Data from CodeRED will not automatically be transferred to the new system, which uses Everbridge technology. While registration for BEE Alert will be ongoing, residents are asked to register as soon as possible to avoid missing any emergency notifications.

“We are excited to bring this new system to Gloucester,” said Jane Wenner, Gloucester’s Emergency Services Coordinator. “It provides us with more options to notify our citizens in the event of an emergency or other important event—and it comes to us at a lower price tag.”

Registering for the system can be easily completed in several different ways. Residents can click on the image link on the county’s website,, where it states, “Sign ...

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