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Re: Siren Testing Schedule document

Sat Jun 08, 2024 1:03 am

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Sat Jun 08, 2024 12:47 am
clarksburg_1000t wrote:
Fri Jun 07, 2024 3:34 am
Rockland County NY
Holidays at noon
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This test is run by only a single fire station: The Stony Point FD. none of the other stations in the area test
Just for clarity, could you provide the specific holidays?
Yes, just federal holidays. Also, I don't know if it's weather permitting or tests no matter what.
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Re: Siren Testing Schedule document

Sat Jun 08, 2024 1:48 pm

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Sat Jun 08, 2024 12:45 am
CanadianTbolt1003 wrote:
Fri Jun 07, 2024 1:41 am
Ontario:

Bridgen: Monday @ 7:00 PM (NWP)
Chippawa: Tuesday @ 7:30 PM (NWP)
Courtright: Monday @ 7:00 PM (NWP)
Corunna: Monday @ 7:00 PM (NWP)
Elmira: Saturday @ 12:00 PM (NWP), Friday @ 12:00 PM (NWP)
Exeter: 1st Wednesday & 3rd Thursday @ 6:30 PM-7:00 PM
Point Edward: Monday @ 12:30 PM (NWP)
Port Lambton: Monday @ 7:00 PM (NWP)
Sarnia: Monday @ 12:30 PM (NWP)
Scarborough: Every 4-5 months @ ~5:00 PM
Seaforth: Saturday @ 12:00 PM-12:15 PM (NWP)
Sebringville: Wednesday @ 6:00 PM (NWP)
St. Jacobs: Monday (Bi-weekly) @ 6:25 PM-8:00 PM (NWP)
West Monkton: 1st Saturday @ 10:00 AM
Wilkesport: Monday @ 7:00 PM (NWP)
Woolwich: Monday (Bi-weekly) @ 6:25 PM-8:00 PM (NWP)

Correction...
Lambton County:
Brigden - Mondays at 7 pm
Courtright - Mondays at 7 pm
Wilkesport - Mondays at 7 pm
Corunna - Mondays at 7 pm
Port Lambton - Wednesdays at 7 pm
Point Edward is counted as Sarnia since its all one system of ATI's.

Woolwich Township:
St. Jacobs and Breslau - Bi-weekly Mondays between 6:20 PM and 8 PM (Very unpredictable when they test)
Elmira - Saturdays at Noon (12 PM) not Friday at Noon
I was made aware that Elmira supposedly had 2 Model 2s which go on Fridays, which is why that schedule is listed. Everything else has been updated, thank you

They do not have 2 model 2s. I was unsure if they had them or not but it is a random plant alarm not model 2s. Also Breslau and St. Jacobs is low success rate. St. Jacobs is none at all basically... Also I believe its not CVECO anymore its Lambton BASES - https://www.lambtonbases.ca/caer/
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Re: Siren Testing Schedule document

Sat Jun 08, 2024 3:44 pm

These are the testing times for the main counties of Michigan:

All these counties test on the first Saturday of the month at 1:00 PM! (unless says otherwise)

Ingham:
all year (High success)

Eaton:
all year (High success)

Oakland:
March - Nov. (unknown)

Washtenaw:
March - Oct. (unknown)

Jackson:
all year (high success)

Wayne:
all year (high success)

Macomb:
all year (unknown)

Kent:
April - Oct. - 12:00 PM (high success)

Kalamazoo:
April - Sep. (unknown)

Calhoun:
all year (unknown)

Bay:
First Wednesday of every month at 1:00 PM & 7:00 PM (high success)

Saginaw:
First Wednesday of every month at 12:00 PM (high success)

Grand Traverse:
uses CodeRED (Some towns may sill test sirens)

That's all of the mostly populated counties in Michigan.

It's safe to say that the rest of the counties will test on the first Saturday of the month around 1:00 PM, with a low success probability to be safe.
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Re: Siren Testing Schedule document

Sat Jun 08, 2024 5:28 pm

Nebraska
Adams County: First Saturday of the month at 12PM April-October
Buffalo County: First Thursday of the month at 5:30PM
Clay County: First Saturday of the month at 10AM
Custer County: First week of the month at 4PM April-September. Each town is different. Broken Bow on Tuesday, Ansley and Berwyn on Wednesday, Arnold and Merna on Thursday, Sargent on Friday.
Douglas County: First Wednesday of the month at 11AM April-October. Seems hit or miss anymore.
Hall County: 1st and 15th at 1PM
Howard County: 1st (alert test) and 15th (fire test, excluding winter) at 1PM
Jefferson County: Third Saturday of the month at 11AM
Kearney County: First Thursday of the month at 5:30PM
Lancaster County: First Wednesday of the month at 10:15AM (above freezing, clear skies)
Merrick County: 1st of the month at 10AM
City of Pierce: 2nd Thursday of the month at 10AM
Platte County: First Saturday of the month at 11AM April-October
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Re: Siren Testing Schedule document

Tue Jun 11, 2024 7:58 pm

May I get a document for Massachusetts?

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Re: Siren Testing Schedule document

Wed Jun 12, 2024 1:47 am

Texas Panhandle:
Hereford, TX (First Wednesday at 9:00 AM) (March-July) ( Medium success probability) WEATHER PERMITTING
Dimmitt, TX (Every Friday at 12:00 PM) (High success probability) WEATHER PERMITTING
Moore County (3rd Thursday at 11:00 AM) (High success probability) WEATHER PERMITTING
Claude, TX (Every Friday at 11:45 AM) (Low success probability) UNKNOWN
Hemphill County (Every Wednesday at 7:00 PM) (High success probability) WEATHER PERMITTING
Lubbock, TX (2nd Friday 9:30 AM) (Full Test) | (Growl Test) (Every Friday at 9:30 AM) (High success probability) WEATHER PERMITTING
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Re: Siren Testing Schedule document

Wed Jun 12, 2024 7:47 pm

Here’s some from the UK:
Manchester’s FS 2001: Every Wednesday at 4:30 PM
MOD Longtown’s sirens: Every Wednesday at 9:30 AM
Chapelcross Power Station’s siren (and smaller indoor sirens): First Thursday of every month, however the times differ depending on the month: 10:00 AM in January, April, July and October, and 17:30 AM in February, March, May, June, August, September, November and December.

There are other regular siren tests in the UK, but these are the ones I remember off the top of my head. Other people will probably be able to fill in the gaps.
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Re: Siren Testing Schedule document

Fri Jun 14, 2024 9:24 pm

Here's a list for Kentucky. Not all of the info may be correct or up to date since all I did was look at EMA's FB pages and occasionally old forum posts.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/16eh ... sp=sharing
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