SLCAlerts Privacy Statement & Terms of Service
Salt Lake City is committed to safeguarding personal information. No information provided to the City or its emergency notification partners via SLC Alerts will be provided to any third party, or used for any purpose other than emergency notification.
Although Salt Lake City will make every effort to ensure the most accurate citizen information is loaded into SLC Alerts, due to phone system damage that may occur after a disaster, network congestion, and/or changes that may be implemented by communications network providers, it is possible that individuals may not receive a notification, or it may be delayed. To help ensure citizens receive emergency messages as soon as possible, they are encouraged to provide multiple contact paths, (i.e. cell phone number & voice over Internet protocol).
Salt Lake City businesses with private PBX phone systems should be aware that commonly only a main trunk number is listed in the 911 database. That means telephone notification may only reach one or two numbers for the entire business. Businesses are encouraged to register additional contact paths using the opt-in link above. Businesses that have PS-ALI technology integrated into their phone system will receive notifications for all extension numbers that are reported to the 911 database. This may cause problems for specialty businesses, (such as hospitals), who may not want notification to go to every phone system extension number. Businesses with PS-ALI who wish restrict notifications to all extension numbers should make contact with SLC Alerts Staff - <Click to email>