NORTHERN HIGHLANDS, N.J. -- Swift 911, a new communications system which will deliver information from borough officials to residents, went online this week, according to NorthJersey.com.
The new system allows municipal departments such as health, public works, recreation and the Office of Emergency Management to send emergency notifications via email and text and voice messaging to both resident's homes and cellular devices, said NorthJersey.com.
Adeline Hanna, Borough Clerk and Administrator, said the new service cost the borough $2,300, including a $400 start-up cost for the first year of the contract, added NorthJersey.com.
Residents need to register through a link on the borough’s website, midlandparknj.org.
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