Northern Arizona Association Of Realtors Presents: FlagstaffHelp.com
We have compiled some useful information to help for what ever may come up. Whether its a wild fire or if you just need to know where to find info for your home. We are here to help. For questions, comments or suggestions please call: 928.779.4303
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Coconino County has an emergency messaging system (for Flagstaff, Northern Arizona and all of Coconino County). If you have a home phone you will be notified if there is an emergency in your area. To register cell phones and secondary numbers go to: http://coconino.az.gov/emergencysvcs.aspx?id=11986
According to the Coconino County website (coconino.az.gov): "READY! COCONINO is an emergency notification system that serves all of Coconino County, including the cities located within the County. Computer automation allows operators to send recorded emergency information to a large majority of our residents. Public safety officials will use this system to notify you in the event of wild land fires, neighborhood evacuations, closures of major highways due to traffic collisions, natural disasters, law enforcement emergencies, and any other occurrence that may affect the safety of our community. This system is another tool to help you stay informed during emergencies.
If it is an Emergency, DIAL 911!
This website is a resource and not intended to be an emergency contact. We want to provide useful links and information for fires (including wildfire & house fires), flooding, snow & blizzards, road construction, general weather info, road construction, buyer advisory (what a buyer needs to know when buying a home) and also give you access to our preferred affiliate list.
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