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St. Peters Communicates Urgent Messages to Residents’ Cell Phones

November 19, 2013
When emergencies such as a severe snowstorm or natural disaster strike our area, St. Peters City officials will work to keep its residents updated in several different ways.

One of the easiest and fastest ways for residents to receive notifications is to sign up to receive urgent text messages and/or emails from the City of St. Peters with a service called Nixle. Residents can sign up for this service through the City’s website at From the left side of home page, click on the “Emergency Notifications Sign Up” link. The service is free for the City of St. Peters and all other users.

When you sign up for Nixle, urgent community messages can be sent by email and/or text directly to your mobile phone or computer. The City of St. Peters also uses this service to send messages regarding public safety emergencies, Amber alerts, traffic disruptions, water boil orders, and other messages where normal means of alerting the public would take too long. St. Peters does NOT use this communication tool to announce routine information, events and programs.

When emergencies strike, St. Peters residents and business owners can also go online to for the latest updates or tune into the City’s cable television station, SPTV.

Tune in to SPTV for extended broadcast of the weather conditions and traffic cameras at the Cave Springs/I-70 interchange and I-70/Highway 94.

Watch SPTV live or “on demand” at, on AT&T U-verse Channel 99, Charter Communications Cable channel 992, and on the 108 channel group if you subscribe to Charter and have a newer TV, DVD player, or DVR equipped with a QAM tuner.