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LETA911 Press Release

On behalf of Larimer Emergency Telephone Authority (LETA911) we are excited to
announce our additional emergency alert tool. LETA911 provides the NOCOALERT
Emergency Alert System which services all communities in Larimer and Jackson Counties
as well as the Windsor Severance Fire Protection District in Weld County.

LETA911 is partnering with Deaf Link to provide the Accessible Hazard Alert System (AHAS)
which will send accessible alert messages to registered residents who are Deaf, Blind,
Hard of Hearing, or Deaf/Blind. The NOCOALERT system will send accessible alert
messages to internet and video capable devices such as computers, mobile phones,
and tablets. AHAS alerts are also Braille reader accessible.

Individuals wishing to receive accessible emergency alerts will register on the
NOCOALERT website by selecting the option Deaf Link Registration. Once the individual
completes the accessible registration, they will be notified by the NOCOALERT System
with an accessible alert for all imminent threat to life alerts that impact communities
served by LETA911.

Visit for more information and a demonstration of a translated test alert.