OK-WARN is a way for deaf and hard-of-hearing people to receive timely notification of weather hazards in the state of Oklahoma.
The program was created to help ease the fears of deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals who may have difficultly receiving life saving warnings.
OK-WARN is a customized database program that sends out critical weather information to cell phones, alphanumeric pagers and e-mail addresses.
When the National Weather Service issues a weather alert, the program will automatically send a message to all participating pages, so notification is nearly instant.
In addition to all that, the program also provides multiple data sources and attempts to deliver the critical message so you can be sure you'll never miss a warning.
Online registration form
Complete the form and submit it. You will not get an e-mail response.
Questions or comments, write to:
PO Box 53365
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73152
If you do not have a cell phone or pager, you will need to contact a vendor and activate service. Any service provider or brand can be used with this program.