Outdoor Siren testing on Thursday, March 8

News from the City of Dearborn

John B. O’Reilly, Jr., Mayor

www.cityofdearborn.org

 

Department of Public Information

Mary Laundroche, Director

313-943-2285

February 26, 2018

Dearborn to individually test outdoor

emergency sirens on Thursday, March 8

One-by-one tests will occur periodically during the day

DEARBORN, Mich. – The City of Dearborn will be individually testing outdoor emergency sirens on Thursday, March 8.  Residents and visitors should not be alarmed if they hear a nearby siren sound.

Siren tests will start about 8 a.m. on Thursday, March 8 and continue periodically throughout the testing window in different areas of the city.

Dearborn has 19 emergency outdoor sirens.  Emergency personnel and technicians will sound the alarms one at a time during this Thursday, March 8 testing to ensure each is working properly and can be heard appropriately.  An alarm could be sounded more than once on Thursday, March 8.

This is part of a periodic, more thorough testing of the emergency alert system.  Dearborn will continue to hold citywide monthly tests on the first Saturday at 1 p.m.

Outdoor emergency sirens are designed to quickly warn people who are out-of-doors about threats, including severe weather, such as tornados, so they can take cover.

The City of Dearborn also uses the sirens when it declares a snow emergency in the winter, so residents know not to park their vehicles on the street.

In an actual emergency– if time allows– information may also posted on the City website at www.cityofdearborn.org and on social media at www.Facebook.com/cityofdearborn.

Dearborn Police also distribute emergency information to residents who register for it through its Nixle alert system.  Sign up at Nixle.com.  Because Nixle messages are controlled by the police, they are likely to be more timely in an emergency than the city’s website or social media.

The City thanks residents for their patience during the upcoming siren testing.  This work is part of ongoing efforts to ensure Dearborn provides top-quality safety measures for residents, workers and visitors in Dearborn.

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MEDIA CONTACT:  Mary Laundroche (313) 943-2885

Emergency siren testing on Thursday, March 8, 2018

 

News from the City of Dearborn

John B. O’Reilly, Jr., Mayor

www.cityofdearborn.org

Department of Public Information

Mary Laundroche, Director

313-943-2285

February 27, 2018                         Dearborn to individually test outdoor emergency sirens on Thursday, March 8

One-by-one tests will occur periodically during the day

DEARBORN, Mich. – The City of Dearborn will be individually testing outdoor emergency sirens on Thursday, March 8.  Residents and visitors should not be alarmed if they hear a nearby siren sound. Siren tests will start about 8 a.m. on Thursday, March 8 and continue periodically throughout the testing window in different areas of the city.  Dearborn has 19 emergency outdoor sirens.  Emergency personnel and technicians will sound the alarms one at a time during this Thursday, March 8 testing to ensure each is working properly and can be heard appropriately.  An alarm could be sounded more than once on Thursday, March 8. This is part of a periodic, more thorough testing of the emergency alert system.  Dearborn will continue to hold citywide monthly tests on the first Saturday at 1 p.m.  Outdoor emergency sirens are designed to quickly warn people who are out-of-doors about threats, including severe weather, such as tornados, so they can take cover. The City of Dearborn also uses the sirens when it declares a snow emergency in the winter, so residents know not to park their vehicles on the street. In an actual emergency– if time allows– information may also posted on the City website at www.cityofdearborn.org and on social media at www.Facebook.com/cityofdearborn.   Dearborn Police also distribute emergency information to residents who register for it through its Nixle alert system.  Sign up at Nixle.com.  Because Nixle messages are controlled by the police, they are likely to be more timely in an emergency than the city’s website or social media. The City thanks residents for their patience during the upcoming siren testing.  This work is part of ongoing efforts to ensure Dearborn provides top-quality safety measures for residents, workers and visitors in Dearborn.

 

تقوم بلديه  ديربورن لاختبارات فرديه لصفارات الانذار في حالات الطوارئ يوم الخميس، ٨ اذار/ مارس ٢٠١٨.

وسوف تحدث الاختبارات واحدة تلو الأخرى بشكل دوري خلال النهار

 

ستبدأ اختبارات صفارات الإنذار حوالي الساعة ٨ صباحا يوم الخميس ٨ اذار/ مارس، ٢٠١٨  وتستمر دوريا في مناطق مختلفة من المدينة.  مدينه ديربورن لديها ١٩ صفاره انذار لحالات الطوارئ . سوف أفراد الطوارئ والفنيين . وسوف تستمر مدينة ديربورن فى اجراء اختبارات شهرية على مستوى المدينة فى يوم السبت الاول من كل شهر . صممت صفارات الانذار في حالات الطوارئ لتحذير بسرعة الناس الذين هم في الخارج حول التهديدات، بما في ذلك الطقس القاسي،  كالأعاصير. وتستخدم مدينة ديربورن أيضا صفارات الانذار عندما تعلن حالة طوارئ الثلوج في فصل الشتاء، لكي لا يركن  السكان سياراتهم في الشارع . – المعلومات قد نشرت أيضا على موقع المدينة في www.cityofdearborn.org وعلى وسائل الاعلام الاجتماعية في www.Facebook.com/cityofdearborn.

كما تقوم شرطة ديربورن بتوزيع المعلومات الطارئة على المقيمين الذين يسجلون من خلال نظام الإنذار الخاص ب نيكسل. الاشتراك في Nixle.com. وتشكر سكان مدينه ديربورن على صبرهم خلال اختبار صفارات الانذار القادمة. هذا العمل هو جزء من الجهود المستمرة لضمان توفر سلامه عاليه لسكان وعمال وزوار مدينة  ديربورن.

 

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