CodeRED Emergency Notification
Seconds Count in an Emergency
Click the graphic at right to update your contact information.
The Village of Roselle wants you to receive CodeRED notices at work, home, on your cell phone, by e-mail or by text message in the event of an emergency situation. Please click here to review and update your contact information
The CodeRED system, developed for Roselle using phone number data derived from Village utility billing, delivers a recorded message to a live person or an answering machine, making three attempts to connect to any number. There may be a slight delay, similar to a telemarketing phone call, before the pre-recorded message begins.
When a call is made using this system, the number that appears on Caller ID is (866) 419-5000, and the name appears as Emergency Communications Network. Cell phone users can program this number into their address books to better identify when they are receiving a call from the Village’s CodeRED system.
Having community members update contact information ensures a more accurate database for the Village and also allows residents to input an unlisted number, cell phone numbers, other secondary phone numbers and e-mail addresses. This helps the Village reach more residents with essential information during an emergency situation.
The CodeRED system is used only for emergency purposes. Examples of times when the CodeRED system could be utilized include drinking water contamination, evacuation notice and route, missing person, fires or floods, bomb threat, hostage situation, chemical spill or gas leak, and other emergency incidents where rapid and accurate notification is essential for life safety.
Questions or comments? E-mail
the Village of Roselle CodeRED Administrator or call