Emergency Communications

Emergency Siren Notification Program
In light of recent years’ wildfire disasters throughout the state of California, the City of Sierra Madre will be launching its Emergency Siren Notification Program.  The Siren is located at the City Yards facility, which is near the Canyon and Urban-Wildland Interface areas.  The Siren is intended to be a notification to the entire community of an emergency situation.

To ensure the reliability of the Emergency Siren Notification Program, testing of the Emergency Siren will occur on the last Tuesday of each month at noon.  January 29th will be the first official test.  The Siren will be sounding for a few minutes to monitor its functions and effectiveness. 

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Facebook
For the most up-to-date information during an emergency, subscribe to the City's Facebook Page. After "Liking" the page, under "Following" select "See First" to make sure that you are getting the City's notifications right away.

Nixle
Nixle is a Community Information Service dedicated to helping you stay connected to the information that matters most to you, depending on your physical location. You stay connected to your local police department, your children’s schools, your local community agencies and organizations via text message, by email, and over the web. Sign up here.

eBlast
The City will send email notifications and updates throughout emergency and disaster situations. You can sign up for eBlasts here.

AM Radio 1630
AM-1630 broadcast important public safety information during emergencies and natural disasters. AM-1630 is best received on a car radio, but also can be heard on any AM radio. Residents are encouraged to keep a battery-operated radio in their emergency kits.