Emergency warning sirens test in Aurora tomorrow, Nov. 10, at 11:30 a.m.
The city of Aurora Office of Emergency Management will conduct an audible test of the city’s emergency outdoor warning sirens at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. The test will include more than 50 sirens throughout Aurora. If you are outdoors, you should hear a 3-minute wailing sound. There will be no voice heard during the test, and the sirens may not be audible indoors.
The city conducts audible tests of the sirens twice a year (in March and November), and silent testing weekly year-round.
The purpose of these all-hazards sirens is to provide notice regarding an emergency situation, such as a tornado warning or hazardous-material spill. There is no “all-clear” tone that sounds when the… More
Introducing Advancing Adams – a trio of long-range plans for the community by th…
Introducing Advancing Adams – a trio of long-range plans for the community by the community. Adams County launched the first phase of engagement for the Advancing Adams planning process today for aComprehensive Plan, a Transportation & Mobility Plan (TMP), and a Parks, Open Space & Trails Plan (POST). These plans will guide Adams County toward the vision of becoming the most innovative and inclusive county in America for all families and businesses for the next 10-20 years and beyond. To do this successfully, the county needs to hear from everyone in the community. While the COVID-19 pandemic has limited social interaction, it has also forced us to get creative with how community engagement happens. Now is the time to get involved virtually: http://www.advancingadams.org/.
Tune in today at 2:10 for a Facebook livestream event – Commissioner Emma Pinter…
Tune in today at 2:10 for a Facebook livestream event – Commissioner Emma Pinter will be a guest on the Colorado Hispanic Chamber of Commerce's livestream event, discussing what Adams County is doing to help established businesses in our County, as we prepare to enter the RED level of the State's COVID-19 dial today at 5 p.m.
Additional topics include other resources and important news that applies to the rest of the State of Colorado. All this and more in the camera segment ′′ FACTOR H ′′ via KBNO 97.7 FM and The Voice of the People with Fernando Sergio.
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) | Tri-County Health Department – Official Website
Adams County Now Under Severe Risk Level Red Status. Adams County is in Level Red of the State’s COVID-19 Dial as of 5 p.m. Friday, Nov. 20. The curfew is still in effect from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. Prohibited activities include: personal gatherings, restaurant indoor dining, and more. These restrictions are needed to save lives and keep our hospitals from being overrun. Please visit www.tchd.org/COVID-19 for more info.
Get COVID-19 updates for Adams, Arapahoe, and Douglas Counties. Learn ways to protect yourself and others, plus find guidance on re-opening safely and other reliable resources.
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