Broomfield residents to receive test alert on Wednesday

DENVER (KDVR) — Heads up Broomfield residents: An emergency notification test will go out on Wednesday.

On May 29, LookoutAlert will be conducting a test of its emergency notification system. All landline numbers and residents who registered for the LookoutAlerts in Broomfield will receive the test alert via text, email or phone.

But remember, this is just a test.

All residents are encouraged to sign up for the alerts so they can be notified immediately about emergencies in their area.

According to LookoutAlert, emergency responders can send official and real-time alerts with information about potentially life-saving actions they may need to take to keep themselves and their families safe.

Previously, Broomfield used the CodeRED system. Anyone who was registered with that system is asked to go to LookoutAlert and update their information. The sign-up is simple. Residents will submit their information and create a user ID and password before being placed in the system.

While the city did not say when the alerts will be sent, residents should be on the lookout for a test notification on Wednesday.

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