Plainview testing Code Red alert system on Friday - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Plainview testing Code Red alert system on Friday

PLAINVIEW, TX (KCBD) -

This Friday the City of Plainview will be conducting a test of it's Code Red emergency notification system.

Phone calls will go out to the entire city that morning and continue until the entire Code Red data base has been attempted.

This will give city personnel a chance to operate the system as if there has been a community-wide disaster.

The message being delivered will direct recipients to the city website to add additional contact numbers. It will also encourage residents to spread the word by mentioning the system to family, friends and neighbors.

You can find more details at Plainviewtx.org or go directly to the Code Red signup page.

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