I received a CodeRED call, does that mean I am in the database for weather warnings?

West Fargo, Fargo, and Cass County has contracted with Emergency Communications Network, Inc., of Ormond Beach, Florida, for its "CodeRED" high-speed telephone emergency notification services. The CodeRED system gives city and county officials the ability to deliver pre-recorded emergency telephone notification/information messages to targeted areas or the entire city at a rate of up to 60,000 calls per hour.

CodeRED weather warning are an opt-in only service. To sign up, visit the West Fargo CodeRED Residential and Business Data Collection page to enter your contact information and agree to the terms and conditions. Then select the type of weather warnings you would like to receive. 

CodeRED always de-duplicates by phone number, so if you are unsure if you are registered, just submit your information again to ensure you are in the database,

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1. I received a CodeRED call, does that mean I am in the database for weather warnings?
2. Why did CodeRED call me several times?
3. Why did it leave only part of the message on my answering machine?
4. Why does my phone ring once and hang up?
5. When will CodeRED be used?
6. Does the CodeRED system replace other systems that have been used to provide time-sensitive information to the public?
7. Does the CodeRED system already have my telephone number, or do I need to sign up to receive CodeRED notifications?
8. I have a business located in the City of West Fargo. Can I arrange to have CodeRED contact my business?