MCUrgent: A Shared Emergency Information Network

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MCUrgent is used for emergencies where the impact crosses municipal boundaries. MCUrgent messages are intended to be specific. Readiness or “what do to if…” messages are sent to the county’s general social media sites (Twitter.com/MorrisCountyNJ or Facebook.com/MorrisCountyNJ), not MCUrgent.

Get emergency information that is timely and originates from the source. It is accessible without power, available 24/7, and is device independent. MCUrgent information spans municipal boundaries, is freely available (no subscription or membership required) and accessible anywhere.

You choose where to get MCUrgent messages:

Get MCUrgent via text message:
Text Follow @MCUrgent to 40404

Like MCUrgent on Facebook:

Follow MCUrgent on Twitter:

Help get the word out

Add an icon to your website:
MCUrgent Button MCUrgent icon
Many sizes available – Download icons
Link to http://MCUrgent.com

Put up MCUrgent posters in your building:

Downloadable PDFs: 8.5 x 11 or 11 x 17.

Distribute or mail MCUrgent postcards:

MCUrgent is managed by the Morris County Office of Emergency Management. When fully implemented, all towns in Morris County will have been trained.