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Yes. The county wide siren system is tested at 10:15 a.m, the first Wednesday of each month. If the weather is overcast or the temperature is below 32 degrees, the sirens themselves are not activated but the City-County radio communication system is tested.
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Emergency Management Office1200 Radcliff RoadSuite 200Lincoln, NE 68512
No. Emergency Management is responsible for coordinating and managing the response to disasters and any other major emergencies.
911 also known as the Emergency Communications Center (ECC),is the public's point of contact for public safety calls and service requests. The ECC is responsible for operating the county wide public safety communications system.
The three scenarios resulting in activation of the tornado sirens are:
Yes. Tier II reports (reports pertaining to proper storage, use and handling of hazardous materials) are public records and available on request at the Emergency Management Office. To facilitate access, appointments are necessary to view these documents.