Sandy City Fixes Broken Link To Sign Up For Reverse 911 Calls
SANDY, Utah – Sandy City claimed it sent out a reverse 911 call to warn residents of a recent water contamination issue, but KSL TV found the link to sign up on the city’s emergency management website was broken.
KSL TV made the city aware of the issue Tuesday, and the link has since been fixed.
For those already registered, though, few residents reported actually receiving a call from the city. Officials said it has to do with more households abandoning landlines.
The system automatically sends reverse 911 calls to landlines. Those who want the calls to come to their mobile devices have to opt in to the program.
Most Utah residents can sign up to receive those calls on their cell phones by going to their city’s website.
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