The Capital Area Council of Governments and its partners are pleased to offer an emergency notification system to residents of Central Texas. Registering with WarnCentralTexas allows local officials to contact their communities by phone, email and text during times of disasters or public safety events.
Registering with WarnCentralTexas.org allows the City to directly contact residents by phone, text, or email during a disaster or public safety event. The City can quickly provide information that affects specific neighborhoods such as evacuation orders and directions to shelters.
Residents must register a phone number and/or email address to receive alerts. To receive alerts on a mobile device, the cell phone must be registered under both 'mobile number' and text number' when signing up. Register at WarnCentralTexas.org and click 'Get Alerts'. If you have difficulty registering on the website, call the Office of Emergency Management at 512-393-8480 for assistance.
Residents can manage their subscription by logging in to their account on warncentraltexas.org. Contact information and types of messages received can be updated, and residents can opt out at any time.
The Texas Suspicious Activity Reporting Network iWatchTexas app enables community members to report suspicious activities or behaviors in an intuitive and confidential manner directly to proper authorities. Incident reports submitted through the app are received by designated Law Enforcement personnel for analysis and investigation, where warranted. Texans can play an important role in preventing tragedies and potentially saving lives by reporting criminal, terroristic or school safety-related threats.
Newly added to the iWatchTexas app for the start of the school year is the ability for students, teachers, administrators, and others to report incidents related to school safety concerns. Once you install and launch the app, simply choose whether the incident you are reporting is related to school safety and follow the prompts to enter information and submit your report. We encourage you to report any concerns you may have related to potential threats to the safety and security of any school, student or faculty member in the state of Texas.