Mobile Phone Numbers Added to the Alert Southlake Database
Due to enormous resident feedback from the February 2021 winter storm, the City of Southlake added all mobile phone numbers billed to Southlake addresses to Alert Southlake, our emergency messaging system. All these users will begin receiving emergency messages issued by the City of Southlake by text message, followed by a phone call if the user does not confirm receipt of the message.
Adding these numbers will help us reach all residents with emergency messages. It's important to know:
Previously input user preferences will be saved from year to year. Residents who have already opted in will continue to receive alerts in accordance with their selected preferences. There is no need to update the existing account.
Residents who have already opted in will continue to receive alerts in accordance with their selected preferences. There is no need to update the existing account.
If a phone number was previously opted out of the alerts, it will not begin to receive alerts again. If a user has previously opted out of the Alert Southlake system with their mobile number and would like to begin receiving emergency alerts, send a text with the word RESUME to 87844 or login and opt-in.
If users notice a change in service, please call the Office of Emergency Management at 817-748-8903 to correct any issues.
See our FAQs below for more details.
What is Alert Southlake?
Alert Southlake is an emergency messaging system used to send rapid emergency messages to residents and businesses in the City of Southlake. We use this tool to issue emergency messages about severe weather, water service outages, or other urgent public safety alerts.
Alert Southlake allows you to update emergency message preferences, such as quiet hours, or to opt out of all messages.