A few things to know about Urgent Watch Alerts:
1) Make sure your alert settings are setup correctly - https://www.urgentwatch.com/alert-settings . The appropriate Reporting Packs must be selected and each individual incident alert radius can be modified.
2) All Incident Types are set to show on the Watch Map for a specific period of time. For example, "Riots" are set for 200 mins, "Heavy Snow" is set for 40 mins and "Accident" is set for 30 mins. After the incident time expires, the report disappears from the Watch Map helping keep alerts current and relevant.
3) The Watch Map has a filter that allows you to see past incident reports. If you check the Watch Map after the alert you received has expired, you may use the filter to see historical data.
A few things to know about Urgent Watch Alerts:
1) Make sure your alert settings - https://www.urgentwatch.com/alert-settings - are setup correctly. The appropriate Reporting Packs must be selected and each individual incident alert radius can be modified.
2) Email Alerts (if within your selected incident alert radius) can take up to 10 mins to receive depending on website traffic.
3) Push Alerts (through the Urgent Watch App) are sent to your device immediately.
YES. There is no charge to use Urgent Watch, Just Select "Register" and start keeping an eye out! Premium Services are available with Urgent Watch + .
YES. Urgent Watch allows you to pick and choose which Categories and Alerts make sense for your situation...Wild Animals, Sightings, Police Activity, Severe Weather, Trail Conditions, Amusement Parks, etc.. You may also adjust your alert radius for each Alert Type. Example - Users in rural areas may choose a larger alert radius and users in cities may want their alert ranges to be smaller.
If you don't receive an email confirmation after your register, please check your email spam box. Webmail like Yahoo, Hotmail, AOL, MSN, etc.. are notorious for sending these types of confirmations to spam. If you still don't see it, please contact us through the CONTACT form so we can assist.
NO. We do not track a user's location and we HIGHLY recommend you not put your address in your Profile, just your City and State for notification purposes.
NO. If you want to use our Auto-Location feature, you can, to report an event at a store or common public location. But we also allow you to "Change Location" which lets you type in an address of an incident or event. This comes in handy if you would rather report something when you get home or you are reporting from a scanner.
NO. Urgent watch sources information from our users and other sources real-time. Every type of Incident or Event is also set to disappear from the map after a certain period of time helping with map accuracy.
Once you log in, select the REPORT Menu Item on the left side of the screen (Hazards, Weather,Police/Fire, Outdoors, Sightings, etc..). Select one of the Categories and fill out the Report. You will see there are many Incident Types for each Category like accidents, EMS, fires, flooding, riots, wild animal sightings, music events, trail closures, etc.. You can either use auto-locate to show your general location or you may select "change location" to type the location in manually. You are welcome to add notes and a photo if you would like to help others understand the report in more detail.
GREAT! Keep your group together..Urgent Watch can accommodate special groups like Emergency Response (CERTs), Community Watches, Volunteer Groups, Clubs, etc.. Just let us know!
There is a lot of information that is not reported to 911 or available through national and local weather alerts. In addtion to those sources, Urgent Watch leverages everyone's eyes and ears in the community to alert users of Road Blocks, Wild Animal Sightings, Power Outages, Riots, etc..
NOT CURRENTLY. The easiest work around for this is to place the incident marker as close to the location as you can, then notate the Mile Marker in the Incident Report.
YES. We offer a Test Report feature that will show the Incident on the Watch Map but it will not send alerts to users.
This sometimes happens when we are performing site maintenance or Urgent Watch has been updated recently but your browser is still accessing old data/cache. Learn more about how to clear your browser's cache here:
You are at Home!
When Space Mountain opened it was the first computer-controlled thrill ride and the first Disney attraction to use computers in its design.
Space Mountain’s building is 200 feet in diameter and 118 feet high and has the capacity to put nearly 2,000 people an hour on its adventure through space!
According to an official Disneyland press release from 1969, the Haunted Mansion cost $7 million to develop and build. That translates to roughly $45 million today.
Look for the Hidden Mickey in the ballroom scene. The Hidden Mickey moves, but it can almost always be seen in the plates!
BIG THUNDER MOUNTAIN RAILROAD
What was the inspirations for Big Thunder Mountain’s rock formations? It was the “hoodoos” of Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah. And the spires on Big Thunder Mountain are TALL. The largest is 104 feet tall!
Hidden Mickeys are hidden throughout the park by Imagineers with unique things in the shape of Mickey Mouse’s head. One is hidden in the large gears on the first hill as part of a mining machine. Cacti can be found in the shape of Mickey’s head as well.
The Cantina is powered by Hyperdrive (of course), and from time to time that hyperdrive tends to overload. You’ll know it’s happening when the lights start to flicker and DJ Rex powers down!
For the soundtrack inside Oga’s Cantina, Walt Disney Imagineering commissioned musicians and composers from around the world to craft original music for a galactic playlist.
ALICE IN WONDERLAND
BUZZ LIGHTYEAR - ASTRO BLASTERS
CASEY JR. CIRCUS TRAIN
CHIP 'N DALE TREEHOUSE
DAVY CROCKETT'S EXPLORER CANOES
DUMBO THE FLYING ELEPHANT
FINDING NEMO SUBMARINE VOYAGE
FRONTIERLAND SHOOTIN' EXPOSITION
GADGETS GO COASTER
INDIANA JONES ADVENTURE
IT'S A SMALL WORLD
KING ARTHUR CARROUSEL
MAD TEA PARTY
MAIN STREET CINEMA
MAIN STREET VEHICLES
THE MANY ADVENTURES OF WINNIE THE POOH
MARK TWAIN RIVERBOAT
MICKEY'S HOUSE & MEET MICKEY
MILLENNIUM FALCON: SMUGGLER'S RUN
MR. TOAD'S WILD RIDE
PETER PAN'S FLIGHT
PINOCCHIO'S DARING JOURNEY
PIRATE'S LAIR ON TOM SAWYER ISLAND
PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN
ROGER RABBIT'S CAR TOON SPIN
SAILING SHIP COLUMBIA
SLEEPING BEAUTY CASTLE
SNOW WHITE'S ENCHANTED WISH
STAR TOURS - THE ADVENTURES CONTINUE
STAR WARS: RISE OF THE RESISTANCE
STORYBOOK LAND CANAL BOATS
WALT DISNEY'S ENCHANTED TIKI ROOM
WESTWARD HO TRADING COMPANY
FAIRY TALE TREASURES
SAVI'S WORKSHOP - HANDBUILT LIGHTSABERS
FIRST ORDER CARGO
THE STAR TRADER
GAG FACTORY - TOONTOWN FIVE & DIME
LITTLE GREEN MEN STORE COMMAND
20TH CENTURY MUSIC COMPANY
BiBBIDI BOBBIDI BOUTIQUE (RESORT)
BLACK SPIRE OUTFITTERS
THE MAD HATTER - FANTASYLAND
THE BRIAR PATCH
THE MAD HATTER - MAIN STREET U.S.A.
CANDY PALACE AND CANDY KITCHEN
MAIN STREET PHOTO SUPPLY
DOK-ONDAR'S DEN OF ANTIQUITIES
THE BAKERY TOUR
GAMES OF PIXAR PIER
GOOFY'S SKY SCHOOL
GRIZZLY RIVER RUN
GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY
INSIDE OUT EMOTIONAL WHIRLWIND
JESSIE'S CRITTER CAROUSEL
THE LITTLE MERMAID
LUIGI'S ROLLICKIN' ROADSTERS
MATER'S JUNKYARD JAMBOREE
PIXAR PAL-A-ROUND SWINGING
RADIATOR SPRINGS RACERS
RED CAR TROLLEY
REDWOOD CREEK CHALLENGE TRAIL
SILLY SYMPHONY SWINGS
SOARIN' AROUND THE WORLD
TOY STORY MIDWAY MANIA!
TURTLE TALK WITH CRUSH
BLUE SKY CELLAR
BING BONG'S SWEET STUFF
CAMPUS SUPPLY POD
THE COLLECTOR'S WAREHOUSE
BACKLOT PREMIERE SHOP
ELIAS & CO.
JULIUS KATZ & SONS
KINGSWELL CAMERA SHOP
OFF THE PAGE
RAMONE'S HOUSE OF BODY ART
RUSHIN' RIVER OUTFITTERS
SARGE'S SURPLUS HUT
STAR WARS TRADING POST
WORLD OF DISNEY
THE LEGO STORE
CRAFT BURGERS & SHAKES
EARL OF SANDWICH