Emergency Alert Information


Rapid Emergency Notification System - Register now

Questions regarding the CodeRed Emergency Notification System should be directed to Laurilee Tarbet, 435-716- 9424, or email laurilee.tarbet@loganutah.org 

Gathering Information in times of disaster

When disaster strikes there is a need for citizens to get information from local emergency management and/or local first responders.  The City of Logan will utilize a variety of ways to help get emergency information out to the public.

Logan City Disaster Coordination Chart

Emergency Alert System (EAS)
Emergency broadcasts will be put out over the radio and television stations to alert citizens of disaster situations.  The local EAS stations are:

  • Radio - 610 AM KVNU
  • Radio - 1610 AM - Cache County Emergency Management
  • Television - KSL Channel 5

City Social Media Broadcasts

Disaster related information for the general public will also be put on the Logan City Web page as well as the city will also provide information through Facebook and Twitter profiles.  Follow and/or like the Logan city social media profiles today.

All Hazards - NOAA Weather Radios (NWR)

NWR is an all-hazards public warning system, broadcasting forecasts, alerts & warnings and emergency information 24 hours a day directly to the public.  "All Hazards" messages include
  • Natural (e.g., severe thunderstorm, snowstorm, hurricane, tornado, floods and earthquakes)
  • Technological accidents (e.g., chemical release, oil spill, train derailments, nuclear power plant emergencies, and maritime accidents)
  • Amber Alerts
  • Terrorist attacks   
Non-weather emergency messages will be broadcast over NWR when: (1) public safety is involved, (2) the message comes from an official government source, and (3) time is critical.   

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