Outdoor Warning Sirens Testing – Cancelled

The City of Princeton Fire Department has cancelled testing of the Outdoor Warning System today, at 12 noon due to weather conditions.

Outdoor Warning Sirens (OWS) are used to warn citizens of approaching severe weather conditions and emergencies such as a hazardous chemical spill which may require Staying Put or Evacuating.  In the event of a real emergency more information can be obtained from the local radio and television broadcasts.

We perform a system test on the first Wednesday of each month at 12:00 P.M.

Free Smoke Detectors

Free Smoke Alarms

The Princeton Fire Department and the American Red Cross of McKinney will be out walking and driving the community to install free smoke detectors in residential homes on June 8th from 9AM to 12PM.  Residents of  the 600 Block of Jefferson Ave., 2nd Street, Maple Ave.; 5th Street, and Dogwood Street can request a free smoke detector by emailing Kenny Crutcher,  at [email protected].

If you do not live in the designated area and would like a smoke detector, you can also request it by email.

Future dates will be scheduled for other communities.

See the map below:

Outdoor Warning Sirens Testing – Cancelled

The City of Princeton Fire Department has cancelled testing of the Outdoor Warning System today, at 12 noon due to severe weather conditions.

Outdoor Warning Sirens (OWS) are used to warn citizens of approaching severe weather conditions and emergencies such as a hazardous chemical spill which may require Staying Put or Evacuating.  In the event of a real emergency more information can be obtained from the local radio and television broadcasts.

We perform a system test on the first Wednesday of each month at 12:00 P.M.

Outdoor Warning Sirens Testing

The City of Princeton Fire Department conducted testing of the Outdoor Warning System today, at 12 noon.

Outdoor Warning Sirens (OWS) are used to warn citizens of approaching severe weather conditions and emergencies such as a hazardous chemical spill which may require Staying Put or Evacuating.  In the event of a real emergency more information can be obtained from the local radio and television broadcasts.

We perform a system test on the first Wednesday of each month at 12:00 P.M.

Outdoor Warning Sirens Testing – Cancelled Due to Weather Conditions

The City of Princeton Fire Department has cancelled the scheduled testing of the Outdoor Warning System today, at 12 pm., due to weather conditions.

Outdoor Warning Sirens (OWS) are used to warn citizens of approaching severe weather conditions and emergencies such as a hazardous chemical spill which may require Staying Put or Evacuating.  In the event of a real emergency more information can be obtained from the local radio and television broadcasts.

We perform a system test on the first Wednesday of each month at 12:00 P.M.

Outdoor Warning Sirens Testing

The City of Princeton Fire Department conducted testing of the Outdoor Warning System today, at 11 am.

Outdoor Warning Sirens (OWS) are used to warn citizens of approaching severe weather conditions and emergencies such as a hazardous chemical spill which may require Staying Put or Evacuating.  In the event of a real emergency more information can be obtained from the local radio and television broadcasts.

We perform a system test on the first Wednesday of each month at 12:00 P.M.

Outdoor Warning Sirens Testing – Cancelled Due to Weather Conditions

The City of Princeton Fire Department has cancelled the scheduled testing of the Outdoor Warning System today, at 12 pm., due to weather conditions.

Outdoor Warning Sirens (OWS) are used to warn citizens of approaching severe weather conditions and emergencies such as a hazardous chemical spill which may require Staying Put or Evacuating.  In the event of a real emergency more information can be obtained from the local radio and television broadcasts.

We perform a system test on the first Wednesday of each month at 12:00 P.M.

Outdoor Warning Sirens Testing

The City of Princeton Fire Department conducted testing of the Outdoor Warning System today, at 12 pm.

Outdoor Warning Sirens (OWS) are used to warn citizens of approaching severe weather conditions and emergencies such as a hazardous chemical spill which may require Staying Put or Evacuating.  In the event of a real emergency more information can be obtained from the local radio and television broadcasts.

We perform a system test on the first Wednesday of each month at 12:00 P.M.

BURN BAN HAS BEEN LIFTED

Outdoor Warning Sirens Testing

The City of Princeton Fire Department conducted testing of the Outdoor Warning System today, at 12 pm.

Outdoor Warning Sirens (OWS) are used to warn citizens of approaching severe weather conditions and emergencies such as a hazardous chemical spill which may require Staying Put or Evacuating.  In the event of a real emergency more information can be obtained from the local radio and television broadcasts.

We perform a system test on the first Wednesday of each month at 12:00 P.M.