MONROE CO. – Monroe County Emergency Management will be conducting a test of the Monroe County Outdoor Warning Sirens on Friday, June 24th, 2022 at Noon.
This test is in addition to the monthly scheduled test on the first Friday of each month.
“Our goal as an Emergency Management Agency is to ensure that our Outdoor Warning Sirens are working properly and are able to be activated correctly for the safety of Monroe County citizens,” said Justin Baker, Deputy Director of Monroe County Emergency Management.
The purpose of these Outdoor Warning Sirens is to give an advance warning to members of the public who may be caught outdoors or driving during a severe weather threat.
“Many Indiana citizens know that weather conditions can change quickly, so these sirens can get everyone to a safer location when a weather threat is upon us,” added Baker.
If you have questions you can contact Monroe County Emergency Management at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 812-349-2533.