Upper Sioux has launched and is excited to announce its new mass notification & messaging service!. This notification & messaging service will be used as a form of communication with USC Members. The service, called One Call Now, will allow Upper Sioux to deliver information and provide timely updates via phone calls, emails, and/or text messaging. One Call Now will enhance current communication and ensure Tribal Members are kept in the loop in a timely and effective manner.

Upper Sioux will utilize this service for a variety of communications, including but not limited to:

  • Community Involvement – Reminders of USC Events and/or meetings
  • Emergency Notification and Awareness – severe weather, extended power outage(s)
  • Tribal Office(s) updates – Announcing closing(s) due to
    • Inclement weather
    • Death in the Community
    • Holiday
    • Other
  • Messages from Upper Sioux Emergency Management Team
  • Paperless Communication Options – receive Monthly Newsletters and Tribal Announcements/Mailings via email

The most important thing members can do is verify the accuracy of their contact information. Upper Sioux must have current/updated contact information (Address, Phone number, Email address) from all USC Members for the Upper Sioux Notification System to work effectively and efficiently.

The One Call Now messaging system will not replace all other forms of communication. We will continue to use other forms of communication when appropriate.

Please note this is a free service for Upper Sioux members. However, depending on your wireless plan, message and data rates may apply. Check with your wireless carrier for more information.
Rest assured, Upper Sioux will never sell or give your contact information to any other entity. This system is for Upper Sioux communication purposes only.

Please click on link for One Call Now Overview and to complete Contact Information Registration form.

One Call Now Quick Links

My Call Now Mobile App Guide

Download My Call Now Mobile App

Self Update Portal Quick Start Guide