When emergencies happen, find out what you need to know when you need to know it with NotifyJoCo.
NotifyJoCo is a free mass notification system designed to keep Johnson County residents, businesses, and others informed of emergencies, including weather warnings, water main breaks, public safety alerts, and natural disasters. Local authorities in partner communities use NotifyJoCo to alert you and keep you informed.
NotifyJoCo is a partnership among Johnson County, WaterOne, and participating cities.
By registering for NotifyJoCo, you’ll get real-time messages from the county, your public water and wastewater utilities, and any partner cities you choose. Keep track of what’s going on near your home, your workplace, your children’s school and daycare, and more. Customize your locations and contact preferences to get alerts at home, at work, by phone, email, text, and more.
You can also set your preferences to stay informed of non-emergency events like public meetings, city sports events, local festivals, road closures, etc.
Register now to customize your personal information. When your contact information or preferences change, be sure to log in and update them.
How does it work?
In emergencies, local officials will notify residents and businesses in the affected area by phone, email, or text message based on the contact information in the NotifyJoCo system.
In non-emergencies - such as city sporting events or local festivals - local officials will only notify the subscribers to those events or publications. You can add or delete these messages at any time.
Who uses NotifyJoCo?
Everybody! NotifyJoCo alerts you to emergency situations and non-emergency happenings, even if you’re not a resident. Customize your preferences and contact info to stay informed about what you want, where you want.
The County, WaterOne, or your city may have additional communication options available such as newsletters or other non-emergency information. Check out the NotifyJoCo Partners for links to these jurisdictions.