Cocoa Police Chief Reminds Residents To Register For Free Emergency Notifications

By  //  June 2, 2016

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With a hurricane season expected to be near average and a 12 year drought from a landfalling hurricane in Florida, the Cocoa Police Chief Mike Cantaloupe reminds residents to take advantage of the free emergency management notifications this season

With a hurricane season expected to be near average and a 12 year drought from a landfalling hurricane in Florida,  Cocoa Police Chief Mike Cantaloupe reminds residents to take advantage of the free emergency management notifications this season (Weather.com Image)

BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA, FLORIDA –  With the official start of the 2016 Hurricane Season residents are reminded and encouraged to subscribe to receive official emergency notifications from the city directly to their phone via text message or email.

 

The subscription service is free of charge and the information provided is not shared with any third party sources.

The notifications are specific to Cocoa residents and include information such as evacuations notices, storm warnings, fires, floods, police emergencies, or other public safety related matters will be sent from the city through the web-based network directly to subscribers.

Michael Cantaloupe

Michael Cantaloupe

CLICK HERE to subscribe or to update contact information.  The user may select which categories they wish to receive notifications about.  Residents also have the option to join the police department’s public information email distribution list. CLICK HERE to subscribe to the City of Cocoa Emergency Alerts.

“It’s important to stay connected and get the right information,” said Chief Mike Cantaloupe.  “These links offer a direct connection to the city and local law enforcement.  It’s the best way to know you’re getting the most accurate information.”

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