by Columbia County 911
Columbia County 911 can send text
messages of dispatched calls to responders. A text message can be sent to an alpha numeric pager or cell phone.
This service is not meant to
replace your pagers and/or radios. It is to be used as an extra tool to receive your calls and alarms.
Since this service depends on the internet, Columbia County 911 is not responsible for lost, multiple, misdirected, late or incorrect messages.
If you cannot read your devices display due a flashing display or you do not receive the whole message do not call the 911
center to find out where your call is. Listen to the radio!
The text message will show: The type
of call, street address and cross streets.
Check your device by sending an email to it using the following before
you request this service.
Add your ten digit phone number before the @
American Messaging = @amsmsg.net
AT&T = @txt.att.net
Arch = @archwireless.net
Boost Mobile = @MYboostmobile.com
Cell One = @mobile.celloneusa.com
Cingular = @mobile.mycingular.com
Nextel = @messaging.nextel.com
Pageplus Cellular = @vtext.com
Sprint = @messaging.sprintpcs.com
T Mobile = @tmomail.net
Tracfone = Contact Provider
Email address for the phone MUST
U.S.A. Mobility Pagers = @usamobility.net
Verizon Cell Phones = @vtext.com
Pagers = @myairmail.com
Virgin Mobil = @vmobl.com
If you would like to receive this service fill in
and send the form below.
Do not send messages to or reply to the address you receive the messages
If you change your number or service provider send the form below with the changes.
DO NOT call Columbia County 911
to set up this service.
Also, if you don't get pages or have questions about this service email me at:
Once again DO NOT call Columbia 911 for text page information.
We are busy dispatching emergency calls.
Columbia County 911 reserves the right to cancel service
any time for any reason.
This service is for active
Columbia County Firefighters & EMS Personnel only.