How can I make sure I receive a NH Alerts notification if telephone systems are overloaded?

We recommend that you register a cell phone number which can receive text notifications into the system. During an emergency when many people are trying to utilize their phones, text notifications are much more likely to go through than a voice call.

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1. What is NH Alerts and why is it important to me?
2. When will NH Alerts be used?
3. How does NH Alerts work?
4. Does the NH Alerts system replace other systems that have been used to provide time-sensitive information to residents?
5. What is the difference between NH Alerts and CodeRED?
6. Does the NH Alerts system already have my telephone number, or do I need to sign up to receive NH Alerts notifications?
7. I have a business located in Nashua. Can I arrange to have NH Alerts contact my business?
8. What if I want to register additional numbers for my address?
9. Is my personal information protected?
10. How will I recognize an NH Alerts notification?
11. What should I do if I receive a NH Alerts notification?
12. I have a cordless phone, and it does not work when the power goes out. How will the system be able to contact me?
13. Will the NH Alerts system leave a message on an answering machine?
14. What happens if the line is busy?
15. What circumstances might prevent a notification from being delivered to me?
16. Will I receive all notifications sent by the City or the State?
17. Does NH Alerts have an app?
18. How can I make sure I receive a NH Alerts notification if telephone systems are overloaded?
19. How do I remove my number from NH Alerts?