Severe Weather Closings Help

Posted Mar 12 2012 01:31PM CDT

Updated Jan 15 2018 04:39PM CST

FOX 4 and fox4news.com are proud to offer an automated severe weather closings system that makes it easy and fast to get your critical closing and delay information on television and on the Web. When weather threatens to shut down schools and businesses here in North Texas, you can count on FOX 4 and fox4news.com to alert you.


Report a Closing

If you already have an organization ID and password for our automated system, call 1-800-288-5339 to report a closing. If you do not have an organization ID and password, read more about registering your organization below.


Get on the List

Before we can announce your closings or delays, we'll need to assign you an organization ID and password that will allow you to use our automated system. To get an ID and password, please contact FOX 4 News Business Coordinator Biviana Hurtado at Biviana.Hurtado@foxtv.com or 214-720-3212. Please include the name of those authorized to announce a closure on behalf of the school or business and a telephone number for return calls. If you're listing a business, let us how many employees would be affected by our announcement. We reserve the right to restrict the numbers of businesses we put on the air, in order to make sure schools get first priority.


Contact Us

For questions about the system during business hours only, please e-mail FOX 4 News Managing Editor Matt Taylor at Matthew.Taylor@foxtv.com or call 214-720-3360. 

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