Want to know when emergencies happen in Barron County?
When critical incidents occur, we typically publish an after-action report to our subscribers. Just sign-up through the link below to receive these notifications. On average, we send about 1 or 2 emails per week, and your email address is NOT shared with anyone else (no spam).
Emergency Information on Facebook
Social Media is a powerful tool, and we utilize our Facebook page to post information on emergencies, upcoming events, and preparedness. We encourage residents within Barron County to "Like" our page (on the button below) which allows you to access the emergency information we post.
Interested in Weather?
A Facebook page has been created for local residents to monitor and share weather information during severe storms, called Barron County Weather Network.
This is a great way to see what's happening across the county, as most of our followers post photos and local weather reports. To follow the page,
just click the LIKE button on the header below
LIVE RADIO STREAM
To listen to a live stream of
Barron County Fire / EMS radio dispatching,
click on the link below:
Law Enforcement Links
Fire Department Links
Emergency Medical Services Links
Air Medical Links
WANT WEATHER WARNING NOTIFICATIONS?
SIGN-UP FOR CODE RED!
Barron County has contracted with CodeRED to allow anyone throughout the County the opportunity to receive free emergency alert notifications and weather warnings that require immediate action. These notifications include emergency evacuations, shelter-in-place instructions, missing children alerts, silver alerts, tornado warnings, etc.
Anyone wanting the free service of emergency or weather alerts sent to their cell phone, VoIP phone, or email accounts; needs to register by visiting our Facebook page or www.BarronSheriff.org and clicking on the Code Red icon in the lower-right column.
Additionally, the registration page will allow users the opportunity to sign up to receive emergency weather warnings. Users will have the option to receive alerts anytime the National Weather Service issues a tornado warning, severe weather warning or flash flood warning for the address entered on the enrollment page. This system will only notify you if your exact address is in the warned polygon area issued by the National Weather Service. Therefore, you only receive alerts that pertain to you.