Get Emergency Notifications!

Regional Emergency Alert Network (REAN) is a FREE emergency notification tool for ALL citizens of Bexar County. This system uses the Bexar Metro 911 landline database for emergency notifications. The cell phone and email information that you provide, gives emergency responders more options for reaching residents and businesses in the Bexar County area.

Individuals can sign up to get alerts on a mobile phone, landline, by text message, or by email. Residents also can sign up for multiple accounts, to be aware of emergencies that may affect various locations, such as a residence, workplace, or child's school.

Frequently Asked Questions

When will it be used?

The system will only be used to notify residents about imminent threats to health and safety.

How much does it cost?

REAN is free to all Bexar County residents. However, your carrier may charge for text messages or minutes used.

What if my contact information changes?

If your address, phone or email information changes, you will need to update the information in your profile.

Will my contact information be shared with others?

Individual information will not be given or sold to any vendor or any other organization.

What if my mobile phone area code is not local?

Area codes outside of Bexar County are still eligible for the REAN system.

What if I already have signed up for AlertSA?

If you are signed up for AlertSA, there is no need to sign up for REAN. They are the same program using the same database. These projects are funded by Bexar Metro 911 for residents in Bexar, Guadalupe and Comal counties.

To sign up for the Regional Emergency Alert Network, visit the REAN website and follow the instructions.

Note: When registering for REAN, you must include your address. Failure to enter your address on the application will prevent you from receiving emergency notifications in your area.