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Posted on: November 1, 2016

Sign Up to Receive Phone Calls and Email Alerts

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Automated Phone Calls
The City of Broken Arrow uses a phone call notification system to distribute alerts regarding emergencies, neighborhood meetings and other important information. By signing up for notifications, you’ll stay connected and ready for any event.

Instructions:
1. Log onto brokenarrowok.gov.
2. At the bottom of the page under Contact Links, click on “Automated Phone Calls”.
3. In the Swift 911 Portal box, click on “Register Now”.
4. Fill in your information and hit “Submit Registration”. You may edit your subscription at any time.

Email/Text Alerts
1. Log onto brokenarrowok.gov.
2. At the bottom of the page under Contact Links, click on "Email/Text Updates.
3. Type in your email address and click "Sign In."
4. Select the notifications you want to receive. Click on the envelope icon for email updates and the phone icon for text updates.

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