Boyd County has switched to to AlertSense for
public warnings and alerts.
You can sign up for this free service by clicking this link;
When submitting your information for enrollment, please be sure to
put your complete physical adress, Please do not use a PO Box,
as your address is used to send you alerts that affect your area only,
such as Boil Water Advisories.
Once you have enrolled, You may also download the myAlerts
App from AlertSense. You can find the app in the Google Play
or Apple App Store.
This app allows you to receive public, weather, and Community
alerts based on your phone's location. You do not have to pay or subscribe
to use this app, and you can receive alerts from other agencies
that use AlertSense while you are traveling.
Welcoming our new Director
The Boyd County Office of Emergency Management welcomes our new Director,
Mr. Tim England. Mr. England was selected by the Emergency Management Policy Committee,
among several well qualified applicants, the committee felt his education, training, and willingness to volunteer made him the logical choice for the position. His official start of service is Monday, March 21, and takes the place of Mr. Brent Webster who has retired to take a new position in law enforcement. We congratulate Mr. England and wish the best for Mr. Webster in their new careers and futures.
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