Internet Sources - (These are Notification Systems)

Remember...the Internet is a good source of information, but DON'T rely on it for warnings!
Of course, one of the first places we'll recommend is right here on the Campbell County Government's Website!

Here in the Emergency Management pages, you can view the latest Advisories we have issued.

You can also sign up for Notifications and Alerts from the new County Webpage.  Look for "Notify Me" at the top!


Jump to the page on CodeRED Notification Systems and you can sign up for notices directly from CCEMA!

(That would fall under 2.) Special Notices and Advisories on that page

And, the CodeRED App is also available.

Although we do not consider these to be a “public warning service” (because we can’t control how fast it’s delivered to your phone) it is a way for CCEMA to let you know about weather advisories, emergencies, and community events that may be of interest.

NONE of the information you provide during the registration process will ever be disclosed to any third parties and is only  used to provide our EMA advisory services.

The National Weather Service - Rapid City Forecast Office

At their website, you can find all kinds of excellent information about current and predicted weather for our region.
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The City of Gillette 

The City of Gillette offers a lot of info about the weather, storms and emergencies and CCEMA works closely with them to get local information to you.

The City’s weather station at the waste water treatment plant is just south of CamPlex, and you can see its weather  info by clicking the “Residents” button at the top of their "Home" page, or you can go direct to it by clicking Here

The City is active on both FaceBook and Twitter. Click on those links on their webpage and you’ll find info on how to join their distribution list. We work with the City and their social media as one more way to get you emergency info.

The Wyoming Department of Transportation

Your best source for information about highways in Wyoming.  They're a one-stop shop...go to their WyoRoads website and you can see current road condition reports, view their vast network of webcams, check their automated weather stations along Wyoming's Highways, and sign up to receive Text and/or eMail messages about road conditions or closures for ANY HIGHWAY in the state.  They even have links to similar sites in surrounding states.