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Posted on: July 1, 2018

Outdoor warning sirens upgrade complete

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All five of our outdoor warning sirens have received upgrades.

In March this year, City Council approved upgrading the siren software and equipment.

The outdoor sirens — which are designed to alert people outside of an impending storm — are now upgraded to a new two-way system, allowing the sirens to communicate with the Johnson County Emergency Operations Center (EOC). The upgrade sends a signal back to the EOC, stating whether the siren sounded or not.

For locations of the five outdoor warning sirens in Spring Hill, visit www.jocogov.org/dept/emergency-management/outdoor-warning-sirens/siren-map

The monthly siren test is postponed this month due to the Independence Day holiday. Sirens will be tested Wednesday, July 11. 


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