Rosemont Neighborhood Notice


Mayor Bradley Stephens and the Rosemont Public Safety Department encourage village residents to sign up to promote safety and improve communications. In an emergency, every second counts, and communication is a key component of any crisis response plan. Rosemont Neighborhood Notice ensures we can reach thousands in minutes with critical messages.

Sometimes we need to quickly share information with you. Rosemont Neighborhood Notice is a fast, reliable mass notification system that allows us to connect with you at any time, from anywhere, or from a device of your choice. Participation is 100% free and completely voluntary.

Notification Examples:

  • Snow Emergencies,
  • Water, Electrical and Gas Outages/Disruptions
  • Street Sweeping
  • Significant Traffic Detours
  • New Parking Restrictions (not already posted)
  • Public School Safety
  • Public Safety Notices (Police and Fire) and more.

Frequently Asked Questions


How does the service work?

Authorized officials compose and record a voice and text message. That message is then delivered to individual telephones, cell phones, and text-receiving devices in the notification database.


May I use a cell phone as my notification database listing?

Yes, we can accept cell phone numbers in the database and encourage you to request that your cell phone number be included.


I was not able to listen to the entire call. Is there a way to repeat the message?

Yes, at the end of the message playback, simply press the star (*) key on your telephone to have it repeated in its entirety.


If I have provided more than one phone number, when will they be called?

Should an emergency arise that requires us to contact you at multiple phone numbers, we can activate the system to place a simultaneous call to all your numbers.