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Little Elm Outdoor Warning System
  1. Purpose of an Outdoor Warning System
    • To warn citizens of All Hazard Threats that occur outside. If you hear the outdoor warning system activate, immediately move inside a sturdy structure and tune to your NOAA weather radio or local media.                                                                                    TornadoSiren1.jpg
  2. Siren Locations    
    • W Eldorado Pkwy and French Settlement Rd                              
    • Main St and E Eldorado Pkwy, Next to the water tower        
    • 500 Witt Rd., Next to Brent Intermediate School                                
    • Walker Ln. and Sunbonnet Dr.
    • FM423, Next to McCord Park
    • Doe Creek Rd and Rockhill Rd
    • At the end of the cul-de-sac on Brendan Dr
    • Rockhill Pkwy in new development
  3. Testing the Outdoor Warning System        
    • The Outdoor Warning System in Little Elm is tested on the first Wednesday of every month at 1 p.m. The test consists of stationing a fire department apparatus at each siren location to verify that the audible and mechanical functions are in working order. A steady tone is used for siren testing. If inclement weather is possible the test may be postponed until the next month or a growl test may be performed instead. A growl test has a very low audible sound that citizens will most likely not hear.