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West Mifflin Brough Alerts (Nixle)
Nixle provides an open communication forum that connect public safety, municipalities, schools, businesses, and communities. Nixle enables real-time, two-way communication through text, email, voice messages, and the Nixle mobile app. Messages can be transmitted anywhere in a radius from .25-miles to 10 miles, allowing neighborhood-level, time-sensitive information to be sent only to affected residents.
Nixle is a reliable tool that is used for critical situations, such as Severe Weather Events, Evacuations, Safety Hazards, Security Threats, and IT/Telecom Disruptions.
Register for Nixle by texting: 92677 to 888-777
Change Your Subscription Settings
Nixle provides you with the ability to subscribe to the agencies you’d like to hear from and choose how their information reaches you.
If you would like to change which agencies you'll like to hear from, please follow the steps below:
- Please visit the Nixle Resident Login page by clicking HERE -OR- by visiting nixle.com and selecting 'Resident' located in the top right section.
- If you subscribed to Nixle via text and you do not have a password, please text 'PASSWORD' to 888-777. Nixle will then provide you with a password that you can use to login.
- Once you are logged in, please click 'Settings' located in the top right section of the page.
- You will be routed to the 'Directory & Subscriptions' page, where you can select and save which agencies you'd like to hear from and how you'll like to receive their information. For reference, a screenshot of the 'Directory & Subscriptions' page is shown below.
- You are also encouraged to complete the registration process and activate your account, by adding a location found on the Home Screen.
Mandatory evacuation order with hard road closures. Evacuated individuals will not be allowed to enter the area until the Evacuation Order is lifted.
Voluntary evacuation to give you advance warning in a slow-moving event. This is to allow individuals time to evacuate an area.
You are directed to stay in your residence, school, workplace or other building because it has been determined that staying where you are is safer than evacuating.