The Verizon Response Team (VRT) stands at the ready 24/7 365 days a year to support first responders.
Stay up-to-date on Verizon's response to the current outbreak of the Coronavirus known as COVID-19.
Our Verizon Response Team has deployed to Nashville and the surrounding areas and is available 24/7 to coordinate with first responders.
Keep up to speed on Verizon news and updates on the 2019 California Wildfires
See how Verizon is keeping residents, visitors and first responders, connected during and after the storm.
Verizon prepares to serve the community and first responders during hurricane season.
Updates from Hans and Christy. Plus, our Emergency Response Team is ready for hurricane season.
During this unprecedented period challenging the world’s health and economy, Verizon stands ready to serve our customers.
The second largest U.S. public utility deploys drones and advanced technology to keep workers and customers safe while building a more resilient grid.
Verizon Business announced a new Public Safety Applications Portal to help public safety professionals complete their missions and support industry standards for interoperability.
Whether snow, rain, fire, wind, quake or pandemic, Verizon’s networks are ready.
Extreme weather conditions can cause property damage and power outages.
Review the power outage checklist from the American Red Cross.
Here's a list of ways you can reach us if any of your services are affected by an emergency.
Review the winter storm checklist from the American Red Cross.
Keeping you connected during emergencies means everything to our engineers. Here's how they build America's most reliable network.
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Verizon works closely with non-profits and government agencies.