Severe Weather Awareness Week
Posted on Monday March 05, 2018
Residents and employers are encouraged to practice safety plans during Severe Weather Awareness Week, March 4-10.
March 4-10 is Severe Weather Awareness Week. Johnson County will be participating in the state-wide tornado drill Tuesday, March 6 at 10 a.m. This will include an activation of the outdoor warning sirens and a test of the NotifyJoCo mass notification system.
We encourage everyone to use this time to practice or develop their own personal severe weather plans. Practice safely moving to your designated safe place, clean up or supply your safe place, or determine your severe weather sheltering plan and discuss it with your family and/or co-workers.
We also encourage everyone to visit and update their contact information or create an account if you haven't already done so!
If the drill is unable to be conducted as scheduled for March 6 due to any reason, it will be rescheduled for March 8 at 10 a.m. If it is unable to be conducted on the 8th, the drill will be cancelled.
City of Mission
6090 Woodson    Mission, KS 66202    |    City Hall: 913-676-8350    |    Community Center: 913-722-8200    |   Emergency: 911
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