Intended Use: REVERSE 911© will be used to send the following type of information to residents: evacuation notices, hazardous materials releases, community policing activities and public health emergencies. The Imperial County REVERSE 911© database currently includes both listed and unlisted landline telephone numbers, but does not include cellular, Voice Over Internet Protocol or TTY numbers (except those TTY numbers that are set up as landlines.)
No. Many situations affect the delivery of a phone message. Examples include: phone lines down, power outages, hang- ups believing it is a telemarketer, not answering a call-waiting beep, not checking voicemail, overloaded phone circuits, or any other possible scenario outside of the County's control. During an emergency, residents will still need to monitor emergency messages by radio or television broadcasts in order to receive timely notices.
Residents are encouraged to register their phone numbers online so they can receive messages in their additional phone numbers. To register information online, please visit the REVERSE 911© registration web page at www.imperialvalleyreverse911.com. There is no cost to register, the process is simple and it only takes a few minutes to complete. It should take about two days for your information to become available on the REVERSE 911© system. The registration page is also available in Spanish.
If you do not have internet access, the County of Imperial will host REVERSE 911© Registration days at no cost for county residents. Dates and times will be announced.