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Posted on: March 12, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Sign Up for Weather Warning Alerts Through CodeRED

CodeRED Weather Warning

Brentwood’s CodeRED Community Notification System’s NEW CodeRED Weather Warning provides residents and businesses with automated severe weather alerts. Individuals must opt-in to this service to receive flash flood, tornado and severe thunderstorm warnings just moments after an alert has been issued by the National Weather Service.

To activate the Weather Warning Alert options, you’ll need to register for CodeRED again.

To activate these severe weather warnings, please visit Brentwood’s CodeRED enrollment page by clicking on the “Brentwood CodeRED” icon on the home page of You also can text WARNME to 99411 from your mobile phone.

Enter a cell phone number, landline number and/or email address and select the types of weather warnings you wish to receive. There is no charge to residents or businesses for this service.

If you have not previously signed up for CodeRED notifications, you may do so at any time by clicking on the “Brentwood CodeRED” icon on the home page of

The City of Brentwood continues to send other public safety notifications, such as road closures or specific emergency situations, through the CodeRED system.

The City of Brentwood CodeRED Assistance Line is 314.963.6710. Please leave your name and phone number, and a staff member will return your call as soon as possible.

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