The City of Loveland is unique as its boundaries fall in three counties: Clermont, Hamilton, and Warren. This can pose challenges for contacting our residents and is why, for instance, the city operates its own dispatch center.
Any emergency alert (boil advisory, major road closure, etc.) will be posted on the homepage of LovelandOH.gov and the city's social media.
However, if you would like to be contacted directly when an alert is issued, there are two methods. These direct notification methods require a user to opt in. Message and data rates may apply, depending on your mobile carrier.
Alert Center Notifications
You can sign up for notifications directly from LovelandOH.gov. This option requires you to create a profile on LovelandOH.gov. You will enter your email address to sign up. Notification preferences can be updated at any time.
There are different categories you can subscribe to: Boil Advisories, Construction Projects, General Alerts, and Loveland Police Department Notifications. If you subscribe to a category and an emergency alert is posted, you would receive an email and/or text message.
Opt in to Alert Center
Alert Hamilton County (Alert HC)
The city has partnered with Alert Hamilton County (Alert HC), a mass notification and warning system. Alerts can be provided via text message, email, cell phone, home phone, or work phone. City residents in Hamilton County AND Clermont County can opt in to Alert HC.
Alert Hamilton County is paired with a system called “Smart911,” which enables your important information to be shared with first responders during an emergency. With Smart911, both 9-1-1 dispatch and first responders can know exactly what you want them to know during any kind of emergency. You can add vital information such as information about members of your household; medical details; disabilities and equipment; emergency contacts; and address/property details.
Opt in to Alert Hamilton County