Receive alerts about Joint Base Lewis-McChord and Pierce County area emergencies and other critical community information by signing up to receive JBLM notifications on your work or personal communication devices. JBLM has two mass warning notification systems: one to inform the general public, and one to inform Department of Defense military and civilian personnel of critical information quickly in a variety of situations. This includes: severe weather, unexpected road closures, law enforcement incidents or other urgent concerns relevant to the community. When JBLM issues a notification about a potential hazard or concern, you will receive a message via the voice or text communication methods you have registered. Once you confirm receipt of the message, the system will cease attempts to reach you on any other registered devices.

For military retirees, family members and local community partners

You’re welcome to click  here to sign up for our public JBLM Alert System for the local community. Community members can create an account, add contact information for their preferred communications devices and provide home address information to further refine the delivery of relevant information. All data you provide will be kept strictly confidential. If you encounter any issues with your account or the system in general, send an email to: usarmy.jblm.imcom.list.dptms-em@mail.mil .

For Department of Defense military and civilian personnel or other personnel issued Common Access Cards

From a computer with CAC reader installed, you’re welcome to click here to sign up for our JBLM Alert System supporting DOD Personnel. All DOD Personnel issued a Common Access Card can create an account and add contact information for their preferred communications devices. When establishing an account, you are required to identify your installation of assignment (Joint Base Lewis-McChord) under Joint Service. Providing additional information such as your assigned command and building number will further improve the accuracy of information received. If you encounter any issues with your account or the system in general, you can send an email to: usarmy.detroit.rdecom.mbx.em2p-help-desk@mail.mil or phone 1-866-515-0551.

Stop Receiving Notifications

You can stop receiving notifications at any time by visiting the same registration link above and removing the contact information from your profile.

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