Williamson County Communications Outage
(LAST UPDATED 12/27/20 AT 12:06 AM)
Due to the continued instability of the regional network, the Williamson County Emergency Communications Center (9-1-1) is continuing to experience intermittent outages. If you are in an emergency, continue to dial (615) 790-5550.
When you call, please be prepared to provide your name and location to the dispatcher.
AT&T has provided an update page with information about their recovery progress at https://about.att.com/pages/disaster_relief/nashville.html
- Be sure you are connected to a working WiFi network
- Go to settings and click “Cellular”
- Click on “Wi-Fi Calling”
- Slide “Wi-Fi Calling on This iPhone” to ON
- Click “Enable” Wi-Fi Calling
- Follow the prompts to enter your home address and then click “Verify address. or confirm”
- Pull down the notification shade and long-press the Wi-Fi icon to enter Wi-Fi settings.
- Scroll to the bottom and select “Wi-Fi Preferences”.
- Tap “Advanced”.
- Select Wi-Fi Calling and flip the switch to “On”.
If you have a monitored burglar, fire, or medical alarm - your alarm may not currently notify emergency responders. The only reliable way to currently request police, fire, or medical assistance in Williamson County is by calling: (615) 790-5550.
|Williamson Emergency Communications (9-1-1)||(615) 790-5550|
|Williamson Medical Center||(615) 282-6046|
|Brentwood Emergency Communications (9-1-1)||(615) 371- 0160|