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Belle Fourche residents can get emergency notifications.
Belle Fourche residents can get emergency notifications.
March 11, 2015

Belle Fourche Launches Emergency Notification System

Residents of Belle Fourche can now receive emergency notification alerts on their mobile devices via the CodeRED community notification system, reports the Black Hills Pioneer

City residents will receive a message alert for urgent matters, such as water main shut-offs, weather emergencies, and snow removal schedules. Residents can call 892-3006 to sign up for notifications, although many numbers already are registered. 

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