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Spartanburg County Launches Code Red Alert System

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Spartanburg County Begins Code Red Alert System Spartanburg County Begins Code Red Alert System
SPARTANBURG COUNTY, S.C. -

Spartanburg County will soon roll out a new system called Code-Red Alert. The system will send out texts and calls during emergency situations.

You can sign up on the Spartanburg County Office of Emergency Management website and select the types of warnings you want to receive.  You must register your landline or your mobile for the service. 

The county will soon start calling anyone with a landline in the county to tell them about the service. 

You can register by clicking here or call 864-595-5365.

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