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"The CodeRED Weather Warning™ product is designed to automatically deliver targeted severe weather alerts moments after warnings are issued by the National Weather Service.  The calls are delivered so quickly that they often arrive prior to other public notifications, usually before television or weather radio broadcasts are aired, providing citizens with extra time to prepare."

This is available for ALL who live within the city limits of Hendersonville, TN. It is available to homeowners, businesses, and individuals.  Individuals MUST register through CodeRED to receive this free service.

Please click on the CodeRED logo below to register your home or business:
(Use this link to register your land line(s), mobile phone(s), and/or email(s).)


Please click on the CodeRED - Get In Now logo below to register your mobile device:
(This is a mobile app and is not necessary in order to receive mobile notifications.)

The CodeRED Weather Warning™ product is a part of the CodeRED Emergency Communications Network® and should roll out for the City of Hendersonville in one to two weeks. There are many types of alerts you will receive and they are targeted to your area (example: neighborhood vs. county). After you register to receive the weather alerts which are already active, please spend a few minutes visiting their website to see all the benefits you will receive.

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L-R: Captain Don Dallenbach, Senior Firefighter Mike Wilson, Division Chief Scotty Bush, and Firefighter Jeremy Akin

Hendersonville Fire Department Division Chief Scotty Bush reviews the city's protocol regarding the use of personal protective gear with Capt. Don Dallenbach, left, and Senior Firefighter Mike Wilson, center. Firefighter Jeremy Akin, far right, is also pictured.

In the wake of two Dallas-area nurses contracting the Ebola virus from a patient earlier this month, the city's first responders are tailoring procedures it already has in place should the need arise in Hendersonville, according to Human Resources Manager Kaye Palmer. Palmer said the city is also following guidelines recommended by the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for emergency personnel and closely monitoring the situation.

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