The Niobrara County Sheriff's Office, 9-1-1 Communications, Dispatch Center is the control point for all CodeRed calls in Niobrara County, Wyoming.
You must enroll your phone before any calls will be made to you.
Community Notification Enrollment, here.
Ensure that you geo-locate on the map, where your phone is being used.
First Responders, calling groups.
All members of Fire, Ambulance, Search & Rescue and Law Enforcement need to submitt contact information by the following form. Get it here!
This is an additional requirement to your enrollment under the, "Community Notification".
School System, calling groups.
All persons associated with the Niobrara County School system, need to submitt contact information by the following form. Get it here!
This is an aditional requirement to your enrollment under the, "Community Notification".
Only check mark those areas that apply to you and your phone users.
This enrollment form can also be aquired from the Niobrara County Sheriff's Office.
All forms will need to be completed and delivered back to the Niobrara County, Sheriff's Office.
You will need a PDF reader for your web browser to access and complete the form. If, you need one click here.
Complete and Print the form, returning it to us will ensure that our 9-1-1, dispatchers will update your calling data.
Calls made to calling groups will not appear above under Latest Alerts.
Weather Emergencies can occure quickly...
Our dispatcher will make all efforts to get the word out via the CodeRed system.
At the direction of Niobrara County Emergency Management, Alert sirens may also be sounded in the communities of Lusk and Manville, Wyoming.
Each day the sirens are tested at noon. If you did not hear the test besure to call dispatch and report that you did not hear the noon test. Phone 334-2240.
The different sirens and what they mean.
Noon Test -- test each day at noon.
** Fire siren will only be sounded between the hous of 6am - 10pm.