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Category: WaterAlert

Transition to NextGen WaterAlert NOW

From now until September 30th, 2022, current users of WaterAlert will be able to take 3 simple steps to transfer their alerts to the Next Generation system. Users will receive an email with a unique link to the transition page for their specific alerts. We anticipate this process taking 5 minutes or less for most users.

Next Generation WaterAlert | Steps to Transition

In Fall* 2022, the modernized, Next Generation WaterAlert will go live. Starting in summer* 2022, you will be able to transition your legacy alerts to the NextGen WaterAlert. In this blog post, learn about what is WaterAlert, why we’re transitioning, and how easy we’ve made this transition for you.

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