Your Municipality/School's Name Here
QuikHelp emergency alert & mass-notification service
Tap to enable sound when using a Mac or tablet
When you need help, QuikHelp makes it easy to send a request for help to your local first responders.
Click the purple box and enter your location information using the template below:
Your cell phone number
Your name/company name
Your cross street
Your city name
Other incident info such as your building description, floor, room/classroom number and nature of the incident
When done, click Save. This saves your location info so that if you need help anytime thereafter, your location information will be automatically sent to first responders when you click the Help button above. Although your cell number isn't mandatory, it could save your life in an emergency.
YOU ONLY HAVE TO ENTER THIS INFO ONCE NOT EVERY TIME YOU WANT TO SEND AN ALERT
After you enter your info, click Save
Click Clear to hide incoming alerts
When your local or school officials need to communicate with you, a red window will automatically display left with important information to help keep you informed.
Alerts may include information about a fire, storm or other life-threatening emergency or information about what's happening at your child's school. Non-emergency alerts may also be received such as information about missing persons, road closures, special announcements and other noteworthy information.
Once this page is loaded in your desktop, laptop or tablet's browser, bookmark it so that you can access it in the future with a simple click. You can also keep it open in a separate browser tab.
To hear incoming alert sounds, click the 'Turn Sound On' button above (necessary when viewing this page on a Mac or tablet). Click 'Off' button to mute the sound.
Clear alerts to request help
If you need to send an outgoing alert for help while an incoming alert is displayed above, simply click the Clear button to access the Help button.
Click Help to request it when needed
When an alert is received, please share it with your family members to keep them informed. If they are not present, let them know about each alert by calling or sending them a text message.
Share alerts when they happen