Vermont Alert is a tool available to Vermonters and response organizations.
The free service allows the public to sign up for notifications about severe weather, road conditions, emergency situations, and more. Users choose which alerts they wish to receive and how they receive them. Delivery systems include text, e-mail, telephone, and others.
More than 18,000 individuals have registered for VT Alert – for a free account visit vtalert.gov.
Municipalities, response agencies, and other organizations can also use the service to issue alerts to residents and visitors in their jurisdictions. Road closures, evacuations, and other events can be sent to users in a specified area. To inquire about a VT Alert training for and utilization by local communities and response organizations contact Randy Bronson at DEMHS at Randall.Bronson@vermont.gov
VT-Alert public users:
Vermont State Agencies – Transportation, Human Resources, Human Services (Health, Corrections, Children and Families, State Police, Emergency Management & Homeland Security, Environmental Conservation, Liquor Control, Fire Safety, more
Non-Profits – Counseling Service of Addison County, Clara Martin Center, Northeast Kingdom Human Services, Howard Center, Washington & Lamoille Mental Health, more
- St Albans Town
- City of St Albans
- City of Newport
- City of Barre
- Village and Town of Alburgh
- City of Montpelier
- North Hero