Sign up for Bmail and more

Besides the city website, the City of Biloxi uses a variety of conveneient avenues to keep you informed with timely advisories and news about city issues and events of community interest.  It only takes you a minute to sign up and they’re all free.

There’s Bmail, our e-news service that is delivered to you three or four times a week. There’s the texting service that gives you timely advisories on traffic issues and other relevant info. There’s Facebook, which is an archive of city photos, videos and other information; the B-Alert texting service; BTV: Biloxi Television, available on cable and online; and there’s the city’s YouTube channel, which offers dozens of videos that include City Council meetings, presentations by the mayor, videos about Biloxi history and customs and more.

For a look at recent Bmail transmissions, click here.
 

Here’s where to sign up for Bmail

Email:  You’ll be asked to confirm after you hit Go. 

Facebook: To visit the city’s Facebook page, click here. While there, “Like” the page, and make sure to enable Notifications, and, most importantly, that City of Biloxi posts show up first in your newsfeed. By the way, the city also has Facebook pages for the Biloxi Fire Department, Biloxi Police Department and Biloxi Visitors Center. 

Text alerts: The city offers a free texting service that transmits traffic advisories and other information you need on the go. To sign up for B-Alerts, on your cell phone, text BILOXI to 888777. It’s free and we use it only when needed. If you ever want to discontinue the service, just reply STOP. To learn more about the service and see previous text messages, click here.

BTV: Biloxi Television: In Biloxi, the city’s municipal TV station is carried on Sparklight (Channel 56) and AT&T Uverse (Channel 99), or you can watch anywhere at biloxi.ms.us/btv, where you’ll also find the schedule of Council  meetings replays and other public affairs programming.

YouTube: To visit the city’s YouTube channel, where you can see hundreds of Biloxi videos, click here. Follow us while you’re there.

BNews Monthly: The U.S. Postal Service delivers the city’s 24-page, full-color monthly newsletter to all homes, businesses, apartments and PO boxes in Biloxi by the first of each month. It contains timely news about city issues, a community calendar, BTV programming, and regular features about Biloxi’s history. You can see the archive of monthly newsletters by clicking here