Delaware Emergency Information Resources

Delaware Emergency Alert System Radio Stations


New Castle County

WDEL 1150 AM
WILM 1450 AM
WWTX 1290 AM
WNWK (Span) 1260 AM
WSTW 93.7 FM
WJBR 99.5 FM


Kent County

WDOV 1410 AM
WAMS 1600 AM
WRDX 92.9 FM
WDSD 94.7 FM


Sussex County

WSSR 900 AM
WZBH 93.5 FM


Marine
Information & Advisories

Channel 16


Traffic
Statewide Advisory Radio

WTMC 1380 AM

Delaware NOAA Weather Radio All Hazards (NWR) Stations County Call Sign Frequency


New Castle County

WNG704 162.425
KIH28 162.475
WXK97 162.500


Kent County

WXJ94 162.550
WXK97 162.500


Sussex County

WXJ94 162.550
KEC92 162.475
WXK97 162.500

Delaware Emergency Management Contact Information


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165 Brick Store Landing Road
Smyrna, Delaware 19977

(302) 659-DEMA (3362) or (877) SAY-DEMA
(877) 729-3362 – Toll Free Delaware only
(302) 659-6855


The Ready.gov Kids Website includes information appropriate for kids, parents and educators.

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Delaware Emergency Management Registries Information


Smart911 enables 9-1-1 to have important information about the people in your household in the event of an emergency. Citizen anywhere in the U.S. can create a Smart911 safety profile. Not all areas have Smart911 coverage, but if a person is traveling through an area that supports Smart911 and the person has a profile, their profile is accessible to first responders if they dial 911. That means if a person has a Smart911 profile and dials 911 from the phone number registered (cellphone or landline) with the Smart91 system, their important information is immediately conveyed to first responders.


Visit Smart911 for more information and register


Delmarva Power encourages people who are electricity dependent to register with their Emergency Medical Equipment Notification Program. By enrolling in the program, Delmarva Power will notify you of scheduled outages in your area, as well as alerting you to severe storm warnings that might cause electrical outages that last for a while.

The Delmarva Power’s website states, “special needs customers, including those who rely on life-support equipment, are located in neighborhoods everywhere throughout our service area. During a major power outage, it is not possible to correct problems at individual locations before main substations and power lines are restored.” This means being on the list DOES NOT mean you will be prioritized to have your electricity fixed first. The list allows Delmarva to know where people are who are dependent on electricity for medical issues.

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Visit Delmarva Power for more information


The Delaware Emergency Notification System (DENS) is a website where you can register your home phone or cell phone to receive notifications in the event of an emergency. A house with a listed number can be added by users online. For unlisted house numbers and cell phones, users must call 1-866-484-3264 and use the prompts to register. Keeping citizens informed

CodeRed Logo Visit DENS for more infromation and register