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Emergency Notification Registration

We are proud to present our emergency notification system. It has the ability to deliver timely information to thousands of residents via home phones, cell phones, text and e-mail .

The system is used extensively by law enforcement, fire/EMS and emergency management operations worldwide, and has the capability to customize emergency notifications based on the location of the incident. For instance, if there’s a severe weather alert in St. Charles, we can program the system to contact only those in the affected area rather than notifying everyone in the entire county.

Thank you for taking the time to register for this important notification system.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The Saginaw County 911 emergency notification system may be used in any situation that threatens harm to life and/or property or is deemed hazardous by emergency personnel. This may include inclement weather, man-made disasters, crime, pandemics, hazardous material incidents and more.

The new county-wide system totaling approximately $200,000 is being funded by Hemlock Semiconductor Corporation. “We have been working closely with Thomas and Richland Township officials, and Saginaw County 9-1-1 for the past several months to enhance our current emergency notification system,” said Jim Cross, site manager, Hemlock Semiconductor Corporation. “We believe this new system will be a valuable tool for not only our neighbors, but for the community as a whole.”

Saginaw County 911 will determine which notifications are mandatory. You will have the ability to opt out of non-critical notifications when completing the self registration form above


The Saginaw County 911 emergency notification system uses data obtained from 9-1-1 databases, which typically includes only landline (non-cell phone) telephone numbers.

If your landline number is unlisted, there is a possibility it does not exist in our emergency notification system. To be assured your information is in the system, please enter it when filling out the Self Registration Portal form. Should the number already exist in the emergency notification system, you will not be contacted twice on your home telephone.

The Self Registration Portal collects your name, address, home phone, cell phone and e-mail.

Rest assured your contact information will remain confidential. It will never be sold or leased for commercial purposes.

Saginaw County 911 will conduct a county-wide test on Wednesday, September 1, 2010. After that, the Emergency Notification System will continue to be tested randomly in selected areas. The Emergency Notification System testing schedule will operate in conjunction with the county’s siren testing system.

You must call 1-877-653-4133 for updates to any information you have received. At this time, there is no online (internet) postings for updates. This voice service will provide any up-to-date information we can give you.

For more information, please contact, Saginaw County 911 at 989-797-4590.