Are Emergency Alerts translated?

The ReachWell translation app is now available to download and receive emergency alerts in over 100 languages/dialects. Alerts are automatically sent to the app, where users can access the content in their preferred language. Alerts are received by opting into a unique ReachWell group and do not require sharing your location. This application will deliver every notification sent from the Boulder County Communications, Boulder Police and Fire Communications, and Longmont Emergency Communications.

Google Translate is available on all web pages. Click on the drop-down menu, “Select Language” in upper right-hand corner of website to select your preferred language.

All Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA) messages will be translated for community members and visitors that set their mobile device preferred language to Spanish.

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1. How do I register to receive emergency alert notifications on my cell phone?
2. What is the best way to be notified of severe weather?
3. How do I know if I'm registered?
4. When will Emergency Alerts be used?
5. Should I wait for an emergency notification before I evacuate or shelter?
6. What if my phone number or email address change?
7. Will my contact information be shared with others?
8. If a notification is sent out, is it guaranteed I will receive it if I register
9. Are there other ways to be notified?
10. Who do I contact if I'm having difficulties with the opt in?
11. What number will the alerts come from?
12. Who in my household should opt in?
13. What about landlines?
14. What about VOIPs?
15. Are Emergency Alerts translated?
16. Can I view all Emergency Alerts that have been sent?