Subscribe To Updates From GV Emergency
GV Emergency is a mass notification tool that will help the City more effectively communicate with residents in the event of an emergency. It will provide important information via text, phone call, or email, depending on subscriber preferences. The system will only be used during community-wide or localized emergencies as well as in situations that may affect public safety or City services.
To begin subscribing, click the button below.
How Does This Work?
- Click the subscribe button above. You will be directed to a page to enter your email and choose a password.
- You will then be directed to your account page, where you will enter pertinent information that will help us provide you with the most accurate emergency information possible. GV Emergency will include all fixed telephone lines within the City of Golden Valley. Residents and businesses are encouraged to confirm the accuracy of information within the system and contribute additional information under the "My Contact Information" box, such as:
- mobile phone numbers
- work telephone numbers
- alternate emergency contact information
- To complete registration, you must provide your location (or one close by). For example, if you don't want to list your exact house address, you can list the block number (ie, 3000 Maple St). Adding home, work, or school addresses will help us contact you if there is an emergency in a specific geographic area of the City that may affect you.
- You will receive an email confirming your subscription. You can change your account information, or unsubscribe, at any time from your account page.
GV Emergency collects only the information about you needed to provide the services or benefits you desire. To use GV Emergency, you are required to submit your email address. Should you choose not to provide this information, you will not be able to use the service. See more about privacy.
The City of Golden Valley strictly complies with provisions of the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act (MGDPA), Minnesota Statutes (Chapter 13), and the Federal Freedom of Information Act, as well as with all other laws and court orders that govern the release of information.