Get alerted about emergencies and other important community news by signing up for the AlertLJ Program!
This system enables us to quickly provide critical information for a variety of situations, such as service interruptions, water advisories, unexpected road closures, changes in garbage collection, etc. You will receive real-time messages delivered via email and/or text message to addresses or cell numbers of your choice.
To sign up, click on the bright red "Sign Up for AlertLJ" button on this page.
If an alert is active, our website will display a pop-up message on the home page and display a floating red button with a white " ! " in the top right corner. Active alerts can also be viewed below.
Frequently Asked Questions
How is AlertLJ different than the Junaluskan's Email Service or Haywood Alerts?
A person signs up for AlertLJ
to receive urgent news and notices from Assembly Public Works that may specifically affect residents and customers located within and just outside the immediate Lake Junaluska Assembly community. The Junaluskan's Email Service
, faithfully managed and maintaned by Junaluskans volunteer Frank Stith
, provides a broader and more interpersonal community connection, delivering a wide variety of news, updates and happenings around the lake. Haywood Alerts
is a county-wide emergency alert program maintained and funded by Haywood County government, which provides emergency alerts regarding severe weather, police activity, road closures, AMBER/Senior alerts, and other vital information. To stay well informed and aware of what's going on in and around Lake Junaluska, we encourage residents and customers to sign up for all three programs.
How do I change my contact information or unsubscribe?
Click the link "Unsubscribe" located just below the red "Sign Up..." button on this page. Please note, unsubscribing your email will also unsubscribe your cell phone! To change your contact information, simply unsubscribe your current email/cell phone and then resubscribe with the correct information.
Who can I contact if I have questions or need help?
Spring Leaf Collection
Leaf vacuum service will be offered the week of April 26th through April 30th. After this time, APW will place the equipment out-of-service until routine leaf collection resumes in the fall, and leaves will need to be bagged before collection.
To participate in this final round of Spring leaf vacuuming, please place leaves in a pile along the street edge in a manner that will not block traffic flow, hydrants, or ditches. Also, do not cover utility boxes as this will interfere with water meter reading. To ensure a pile is not missed, residents may request a work order by calling the Public Works office at 828-452-5911.