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2022 Extreme Temperature Centers

2022 Extreme Temperature Centers for Polk County

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6/14/2022

AJ Mumm
AJ Mumm
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AJ Mumm

Polk County Emergency Management will be closed Monday, July 4th for the holiday. We are available by calling 515.286.3333 dispatch and asking for the duty officer in case of an emergency. Our office will reopen Tuesday, July 5th. Thank you.

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6/30/2022

Lunch & Learn - Active Threat Preparedness
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Lunch & Learn - Active Threat Preparedness

The Lunch and Learn series is to provide a wide variety of subjects that we felt would be interesting, new, helpful, and aligned with our mission, to the diverse population and disciplines that we serve.

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7/26/2022

RapidSOS
Emergency Management News
RapidSOS

Polk County Joint 911 Service Board voted to promote RapidSOS Emergency Health Profile.

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6/10/2022

AJ Mumm
@PCEmrgManAgency
AJ Mumm

RT @IowaHSEMD: The noise & unpredictability of #fireworks leads many pets to perceive them as a threat. With the Independence Day holiday a…

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6/30/2022

AJ Mumm
AJ Mumm
@PCEmrgManAgency
AJ Mumm

Testing of the Outdoor Warning Sirens will occur on Saturday, July 2, 2022, at noon. As always, any siren malfunctions should be reported to the Emergency Management office by emailing cameron.stufflebeam@polkcountyiowa.gov or call the office at 515.286.2107

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6/30/2022

AJ Mumm
AJ Mumm
@PCEmrgManAgency
AJ Mumm

With Lightning Safety Awareness week: here are some myths about lightning that would help you stay safe. Visit this site for more Myths and Facts about lightning: https://t.co/RmKngxwg9U #myths #LightningSafetyAwarenessWeek

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6/22/2022

AJ Mumm
@PCEmrgManAgency
AJ Mumm

A reminder that the Polk County Extreme Temperature Centers are open. Here is a list: https://t.co/wPhoyP6nIp #extremeheat

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6/20/2022

AJ Mumm
AJ Mumm
@PCEmrgManAgency
AJ Mumm

It's Lightning Safety Awareness Week! Most lightning occurs in the summer, but people can be struck at any time of year. Lightning kills about 20 people in the U.S. each year while hundreds more are severely injured. When thunder roars, go indoors! #LightningSafetyAwarenessWeek

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6/20/2022