Alert Bowie 2.0

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The Alert Bowie system provides accurate, up-to-the-minute emergency notifications and informational messages from the City of Bowie to you, wherever you may be.

Message categories include:

  • Emergency Notifications
  • Public Safety Notices
  • Bowie E-News

Alert Bowie 2.0

Alert Bowie 2.0 is the latest version of our alerting system that offers several options and a lot of flexibility around the way you can receive messages from the City of Bowie.

Receive important information via:

  • An App on Your Smartphone or other mobile device
  • Text Message (SMS)
  • Email
  • Telephone call to your cell phone
  • Telephone call to your landline
  • Fax
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What kind of alerts and messages can I sign up to receive?

Emergency Alerts

  • Automated weather warnings (tornadoes, ice storms, high wind warnings, etc.)
  • Hazardous situations (hazmat spill, gas leak, active police incidents)
  • National or local emergencies

Public Safety Messages

  • Crime alerts (wanted posters, warnings about crimes in a particular area)
  • Traffic problems (signal outages, road closures, accidents)
  • Health alerts (rabid animals, pandemics, flu clinics, boil water alerts, etc.)

Bowie E-News*

  • Bowie News Flash (Monthly summary of news and events)
  • City Council Actions (Upcoming meetings & Council actions)
  • Government Closings / City Service Interruptions
  • Jobs
  • Senior News (Senior Center newsletter)
  • Skate Park News
  • Pet Pickup Noticces
* Bowie E-News messages are usually sent via email. Depending on the situation, short messages directing recipients to links to more information will also be sent by text, mobile application, and fax. Voice calls will usually be reserved for emergency alerts and public safety messages and service interruptions.