You’re invited to join us in testing email and text-message alerts at RanchoMurieta.com. These alerts, a service for site members, tell you when Scott Road is flooded (and when it reopens) and when there’s an incident on the roads we drive to and from Rancho Murieta.
What do the new services offer?
- You can choose to receive alerts by email, text message or both.
- You can choose when you want to receive the traffic alerts – 24/7, during normal waking hours, or during weekday rush hours.
- We also offer alerts for major community news and an occasional community newsletter.
Instructions are below.
Once you've logged in to your account, this tour box will guide you through the process of choosing your alerts. Or you can watch the video below, and you won't need the tour box.
You're a Murietan who doesn't have a RanchoMurieta.com account?
Watch the video at the bottom of this page. It will show you how to become a site member. That's the first step in signing up for the alerts. (You must live in Rancho Murieta proper to become a site member.)
Already a site member? Here’s how you get these alerts:
- If you’re familiar with editing your account at RanchoMurieta.com: Log in. Click on “My Account” in the log-in area. Then click the “Edit” tab. This “tour” box you see in the graphic above will appear on the page when you edit your account. Read the tour instructions at each stop, then click next. It will walk you through how to set up alerts. Click “End Tour” whenever you’re done.
- If you need help, watch the quick video at the bottom. It will take you through every step. When you log in and see the tour box in the graphic above, you can follow the tour step by step or, since you've seen the video, just click “End Tour” to get the tour box out of your way.
We’re glad to help if you have a problem. Send an email to email@example.com with your phone and the best time to call.
Special request: If you already have an account with the site, but you can’t log in, please don’t create another account. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know of the problem, and we’ll sort it out for you. Creating another account will only delay the help.
Your reactions are welcome at email@example.com.
Here's the video. Click the triangle at lower left of the video player to start.