Smart 911 and emergency notifications

smart911-logo.jpgSign up with Smart-911 to provide our first responders with vital information about you and your family when you call 911. You can also opt-in to receive emergency notifications and weather alerts by text, phone, or email*.

*An e-mail address is not required to use this service.

RAVE Facility (Powered by Smart 911)

Register your business or campus with RAVE Facility to provide our first responders with important information about your buildings.

Emergencies occurring on school campuses, healthcare, and other commercial properties present first responders with unique challenges, which can impact their ability to provide assistance. These facilities can be difficult to access. They may be locked or have gates; they can be confusing to navigate once accessed; and often the 9-1-1 caller is not very familiar with the facility's layout.

With Rave Facility, you can take an active role in protecting your employees, students, guests, and property by providing any information about your facilities that you want 9-1-1 and first responders to know, ahead of any emergency.

Secondary RapidSOS Logo_Color.pngRAPIDSOS

Our communications center is capable of receiving additional 911 location data with RapidSOS technology. Starting with Apple's iOS 12, and Google's Android 9, RapidSOS is integrated into the phone. This means that when you call 911 from your smartphone, we will receive your true GPS location rather than relying on your cellular carrier's network. With cell towers being many miles apart with mountainous terrain, our dispatchers would not be able to accurately locate your phone using traditional methods.


Live Radio Feed

Listen to local dispatch traffic for law, fire, and EMS in Sweetwater County. 


Can I send a text message to 911 in Sweetwater County?

Currently, the Sweetwater Combined Communications Center is able to receive text messages from Verizon Wireless, Union Wireless, AT&T, and Comcast customers.

In most cases, you should always attempt make a voice call to 911 prior to sending a text message in an emergency. If you have weak cell service, or are unable to speak, you can send a text to 911.

For more information about texting to 911, please visit the FCC's page about texting 911.

If you have questions for us, please use our contact form.