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BEE Alert

Gloucester County Emergency Management is launching a new emergency notification service for citizens called the “BEE Alert.” All citizens must manually register to receive emergency notifications even if they are already registered with the current system, CodeRED. Data from CodeRED will not automatically be transferred over to the new system, which uses Everbridge technology.

While registration for BEE Alert will be ongoing, citizens are asked to register as soon as possible to avoid missing any emergency notifications.

To register, click here:

To learn more about the BEE Alert, click here:–?fbclid=IwAR0naRyyt-L_8ASi2Y-pqcjM5ocTYOJN73U8zjl5bcAoACVJDSHCnK_N1P4

If you have any questions or have any trouble signing up, please contact Emergency Management at or 804-693-1390.

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July is Parks & Recreation Month!

Since 1985, people in the United States have celebrated Parks and Recreation Month in July to promote building strong, vibrant and resilient communities through the power of parks and recreation and to recognize the more than 160,000 full-time park and recreation professionals — along with hundreds of thousands of part-time and seasonal workers and volunteers — that maintain our country’s local, state and community parks.

To learn more about Gloucester’s Parks and Recreation programs, click here: