HIGH RIVER, AB: There will be a test of the permanent outdoor sirens and High River Alert system on Wednesday, May 1 at noon.
This test is part of the Town’s ongoing emergency preparedness plan and all residents are encouraged to sign up for the High River ALERT system, which is part of the Safe Communities Alert Network (SCAN).
Sign up for High River ALERT here – The information provided will be used to notify registrants of an emergency and to keep them informed throughout the emergency.
On May 1, all registered users will receive a test notification. Test alert phone calls will come from 403-933-6568, emails from Safe Communities Alert Network, and text messages from 89362.
The permanent sirens are meant for outdoor notifications only and most people will not be able to hear them inside. The siren test will last for three minutes, but in a real emergency the sirens will sound continuously.
When residents hear the sirens, they can go to one of the following sources to find potential life-saving information:
If it’s safe to do so, notify neighbours, friends and family of the situation who may not have received a warning.
The sirens and alerts will continue to be tested three times each year on the first Wednesday in January, May and September. Visit www.HRready.ca for more information.
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