POMPANO BEACH (CBSMiami) – Pompano Beach residents and business owners will receive a phone call from city officials about an emergency disaster.

But don’t panic, it’s just a test.

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The city will be sending out calls to make sure that the community’s emergency notification system is working efficiently.

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The CodeRed system will be able to dial up to 60,000 phone numbers in a hour and send recorded messages about any crisis, such as a boil-water notice or a missing child alert, according to the Sun-Sentinel.

Anyone who lives in that community is urged to to visit the city’s website and make sure their contact information is available and up to date.

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The Sun-Sentinel has contributed to this report.