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Posted on: December 17, 2020
[ARCHIVED] Sign up for CT Alerts
Sign up for CT Alerts
First Selectman Heller sent out a CT Alert message yesterday to residents about the storm. On some phones CT Alerts show up as "spam" or "potential spam." She has been in touch with the State about this problem and here is their suggestion:
Add the following number 860-920-3337 to your contacts as "CT Alerts," in both cellphones and landline phones.
You can also visit https://portal.ct.gov/ctalert to sign up for alerts on your cell phone, email, TTY and update your contact information and locations.