Stay Alert about what you'll do before, during and after an emergency

Stay Informed to Reduce the Impacts of Disasters

Stay Informed

Stay informed about emerging dangers, hazards and risks in your area. Stay connected with information coming from your local government, utilities and local media and receive emergency alerts directly to your phone.

Delaware Emergency Notification System (DENS)

Delaware’s primary system for public warnings and emergency alerts, DENS allows local 911 centers or emergency managers to send messages directly to residents affected by the event — but only if you’re registered.

Register for free today to receive warnings and emergency guidance local to your area.

Register for DENS – (link opens in new tab)

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  • COVID-19 – Delaware’s Response and Data & Safety

    Layered prevention strategies — like staying up to date on vaccines and wearing masks — can help prevent severe illness and reduce the potential for strain on the healthcare system. Wear a mask with the best fit, protection, and comfort for you. You can choose to wear a mask or face covering in any public setting, including in grocery stores, convenience stores, pharmacies, and on public transportation.

    In long-term care facilities and other health care settings such as doctor’s offices or hospitals, you may be required to wear one.

    Wearing a cloth face covering does not eliminate the need to physically distance yourself from others. Individuals with general questions about coronavirus can call 2-1-1 or text your ZIP code to 898-211 for deaf and hard of hearing. Information, data, and guidance are available at Delaware’s COVID-19 Response (link opens in new tab). Specific mask / face covering requirements for the public and and all ages are available at Guidance for Face Coverings (link opens in new tab).

  • Tune In to Media

    Emergency Alert System (EAS) Radio Stations

    Tune into your local radio station for up-to-date information on Emergency Alerts, weather, and traffic. For more information about what the Emergency Alert System (EAS) is and how it works, visit Emergency Alerts (link opens in new tab).


    • WDEL – AM 1150 / FM 101.7
    • WTMC – AM 1380 (DelDOT Traffic Advisory Station)
    • WILM – AM1450
    • WSTW – FM 93.7
    • WWTX-AM 1290
    • WJBR – FM 99.5


    • WNCL – AM 930 / FM 102.1
    • WDOV – AM 1410
    • WDDE – FM 91.1
    • WRDX – FM 92.9
    • WDSD – FM 94.7
    • WAFL – FM 97.7


    • WJWL – AM 900 (En Español.)
    • WGMD – FM 92.7 (Includes a Marine Forecast at bottom of each hour.)
    • WZBH – FM 93.5 (Limited live hours.)
    • WWSX – FM 99.1
    • WCHK – FM 101.3
    • WZEB – FM 101.7
    • WJKI – FM 103.5
    • WXDE – FM 105.9

    Local Delaware TV stations


    • WPP-TV 61


    • WMDE-DT 36


    • WRDE-LD 31.1
    • W14DK-D 14

    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) All-Hazards Radio (link opens in new tab)

  • Connect with Your Utility

    Delmarva Power (link opens in new tab)

    • New Castle County: 800-898-8042
    • Kent County: 800-898-8045
    • Sussex County: 800-898-8045

    Delaware Electric Cooperative (link opens in new tab)


    • New Castle County: 800-282-8595
    • Kent County: 302-398-9090
    • Sussex County: 302-349-9090


    • New Castle: 800-282-8595
    • Kent County: 302-398-9009
    • Sussex County: 302-349-9009