The city of San Diego will be able to notify residents in emergencies such as wildfires, tsunamis, earthquakes and boil-water advisories with a new reverse 911 communications system announced today.

The Mayor’s Office estimates the system will reach up to 240,000 households in precise areas of the city with a 30-second taped message.


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