Sign Up for e-Notifications
The City of Piedmont offers residents and interested parties the chance to stay informed about selected community and government topics by receiving e-mail updates from time to time. Please indicate your topic(s) of interest and submit your email address below if you are interested in receiving these updates.
Please email email@example.com if you would like to be notified of updates from the City of Piedmont. In your email, please indicate whether you would like to sign to receive notification of general news items, City Council minutes, City Council agendas, City Council staff reports, Planning Commission minutes, or any combination of the five.
CodeRED Emergency Notifications
The Piedmont Police and Fire Departments are now offering Emergency Notifications through a system called CodeRED. This system utilizes telephone, email, text messages, and/or a mobile app to notify residents of emergencies and other public safety related news.
Residents who register for the City’s CodeRED emergency notification system will receive notices regarding public safety situations, major street closures, planned power outages, and others at the same time information is sent to the press.
The City of Piedmont provides this service to residents at no charge. Go to the CodeRED site to register for the service. Registration is simple. All you need is your name, address, and phone number. Residents who do not have access to the internet may call Barbara MacLean at the Piedmont Fire Department at (510) 420-3028.
The CodeRED alert system will be launched with a City wide notification. The City will conduct a test alert using a telephone voice recorded message. This message will provide our residents with information regarding CodeRED, and instructions on how to register to receive emergency alerts.
The City’s existing Public Safety Dispatches email notifications will be discontinued on September 16, 2013. Residents who are subscribed to the existing system must register for the CodeRED system to continue to receive alerts.
Currently our RSS feeds include any announcements posted on the City’s homepage and updates to City Council agendas, staff reports, and minutes.