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Emergency Management FAQ's

When are the warning sirens tested?

The first Saturday of each month at 1:00 pm.

What are the siren tones for?

A steady tone for 3 to 5 minutes means Tornado Warning during the tornado season and "Tune to your local TV or radio station" for further information, during the rest of the year

Where can I get severe weather and other safety information?

This website has an Emergency Management section with more information to view or you stop in to the Township offices and check out the information racks.

I would like to become a severe weather spotter. How do I get started?

The severe weather spotters group is commonly know as SKYWARN. The National Weather Service conducts spotter classes every spring. Check out the NOAA web link for time and dates.

The Plymouth Township Skywarn Team is no longer a functional part of Plymouth Township Emergency Management. Anyone interested in becoming a part of the Skywarn system should contact the Office of Emergency Management for Wayne County or Wayne County Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES) at 734-942-5289