Clearview Township is pleased to announce the launch of a new critical emergency notification system that will keep registered residents up to date during critical events relevant to them by their choice of app, telephone, text (SMS) or email notifications.
In times of crisis, it is important that residents have access to trusted, timely and accurate information to ensure their safety and that of their family and loved ones. In response to this need, Clearview Township has chosen Voyent Alert, a Canadian-based multi-purpose communication service, as the communication service provider for these kinds of events.
Fire Chief Scott Davison is happy to provide residents with an easy-to-use system, “We identified the need to keep residents and visitors informed of emergencies within the Township and Voyent Alert provides a simple and effective platform to do so.”
Alerts can be received by app, email, text message or phone call and are tailored to the recipient based on locations they set and follow. During critical events like fires, floods and extreme weather the notification system will provide personalized, relevant, timely and accurate information to ensure their safety.
Clearview’s CAO John Ferguson is glad residents can now receive timely notifications in a modern way, “Voyent Alert creates a new opportunity for residents to download the app, register, and receive emergency information in a timely fashion”.
Registration is anonymous and easy with the ability to register through the app or online. To learn more about Voyent Alert and the critical emergency notification system, or to register, please visit www.clearview.ca/critical-emergency-alerts.
For more information, please contact:
Fire Chief, Clearview Township
(705) 428-6230 ext. 402
CAO, Clearview Township
(705) 428-6230 ext. 228