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The Public Safety pages also include references to a variety of community programs and useful information on personal health and safety.

Accessing Emergency Information

To reach our Police, Fire or Ambulance services in an emergency, please dial 9-1-1.

Longmont Mass Emergency Notification System: Anyone living within the City of Longmont limits who no longer have a land line in their home (a land line, main line or fixed-line is a telephone line which travels through a metal wire or optical fibre and does not require power for it to work). If you own additional communication devices i.e. cell phones, VOIP(voice over Internet protocol), e-mail, etc. you will want to sign up for this service as it provides a number of additional ways in which emergency information can be disseminated quickly. If your service provider is Cricket, you can register but can not receive text messages.

If the City of Longmont has an Emergency, you will be able to find more information on the home page of our website as well as, on our Office of Emergency Management page. In addition to our web site, you can also hear any Emergency messages by dialing the City of Longmont's City Source 24hr Telephone System at 303-774-4370, press #2 to access the English messages or #3 for messages in Spanish. Then enter the message number 1200 to listen to the Longmont News Alert message.

Whether they are natural or man-made emergencies, residents should always be prepared. For more information about emergency preparedness in Longmont, please call the City of Longmont Office of Emergency Management at 303-651-8438.

Northern Colorado Crime Stoppers

1-800-222-TIPS (8477)

Crime Stoppers is available for anyone to, anonymously, assist law enforcement agencies in identifying criminals and the crimes they have committed. Cash rewards (up to $1,000) may be paid for information that leads to the arrest AND the filing of criminal charges against any individual involved in a criminal act. Make a difference in your community by lending your support to this proven, effective program.


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