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Posted on: July 1, 2021

Sign Up for Johnson County Emergency Notification System

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About the Johnson County Emergency Notification System
The State of Iowa & Johnson County replaced its current Alert system on July 1, 2021. You should register a new account to continue to receive weather and emergency alerts. With this switch, residents will have access to new features and can create one user account for their whole family including multiple addresses.

JCENS is a mass notification service service provided the State of Iowa. JCENS gives Johnson County the ability to send out mass notifications regarding emergency or general events. These messages can be sent to specific locations or county wide. Residents can also select to receive weather warnings on their mobile phone. This is a free opt-in service available to all Johnson County residents.

There are three ways to signup to receive alerts.

To learn more please visit

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For additional information, please contact Dave Wilson, Johnson County Emergency Management Agency Director, at 319.356.6700.

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