Swift911 Public leverages the amazing power of SwiftReach's Swift911 Alerting Platform which is used by counties, cities, municipalities, emergency management, corporations and more!
Keep yourself informed in case of any emergency with SwiftReach's FREE Swift911 Public mobile app.
Your county, town or business must have a Swift911 account for you to receive alerts from them. If they do not have an account and you'd like them to provide this capability, please let them know.
NOTE: You will only receive alerts if the county, town or business is a SwiftReach customer.
After completing the simple registration process you will be ready to receive emergency and informational alerts. Alerts from counties, towns, cities, businesses and event venues may be subscribed to on an opt-in basis. Critical emergency alerts may be received simply by being within proximity of the emergency with no opt-in necessary.
By reading your GPS location, Swift911 Public can notify you when there's an emergency at a sporting event or any other public venue. You have the option of disabling location services (GPS) at any time.
You can search for and subscribe to alerts from your town or the city you live in. You can also subscribe to alerts from other areas where your relatives may live or where you own a secondary home.
You have the ability to determine how you will be notified. Notification options include voice phone calls, emails, text messages and more! Provide information about functional and access needs such as requiring a wheelchair so that emergency personnel know what to expect if there is an emergency at your home. Attach photos of your home to your profile so it's easy to find in case of an emergency.
Voice alerts can be played back directly in the app. Email and SMS alerts also can be viewed within the app.
Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
- updated mapping to support latest version of Bing Maps API
Ratings and Reviews
Only need one form of notification
Overall, it is nice to get notifications. I don't like that it calls and texts me. I only need the text message, not both. There is nowhere in settings to limit notifications to text messages only. I got the app for weather alerts when I found out the city sirens can't be heard where I live. Most alerts tend to be for missing people and normally they are found shortly after the notification.
Thank you for your response. I'm glad you like receiving the notifications. The municipality can select the channels they wish to use to send messages. However, if you want to only receive text messages, visit the login screen to the Swift911 portal on your municipality's website. There is an 'unsubscribe' area for you to unsubscribe from receiving emails and phone calls. If you have any questions, please contact us at email@example.com. Thank you.
Not worth downloading
I keep getting "alerts" pushed to my phone, but every time I open the app it shows "There are no recent alerts to display". Don't waste your time, it doesn't work.
Thank you for sharing this information. It appears as if the county you subscribed to (our customer) did not 'check the box' to allow alerts to be displayed in the Public App. This is why you are receiving them to your cell phone, but not able to see them within the app. Please let me know which county you have subscribed to, and we can reach out to them. Thank you and have a great day.
Have subscriptions showing active and all my info is there, but I have not received any messages since I downloaded it.
Thank you for this information. It is possible that the municipality you've subscribed to has not sent any messages since you downloaded the Swift911 Public App. Which municipality are you subscribed to?
- SwiftReach Networks Inc
- 14.9 MB
- Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
- © 2017 SwiftReach Networks, Inc.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.