Facts about home holiday fires One of every three home Christmas tree fires is caused by electrical problems. Although Christmas tree fires are not common, when they do occur, they are more likely to be serious. On average, one of every 31 reported home structure Christmas tree fires results in a death compared to an… Holiday Fire Safety
Be Aware and Prepare Alamance County! September is North Carolina Preparedness Month There are many weather-related emergencies that can impact Alamance County throughout the year from severe thunder storms, to lightning, tornadoes, flooding, landslides, or ice and snow storms that cause dangerous driving conditions. This time of year also is prime season for hurricanes which,… Be Aware and Prepare Alamance County!
North Carolina summers are filled with fresh local produce, popsicles on porches, and water fun at pools and beaches. June kicks off the fun summer season, but it also marks the beginning of hurricane season. The Atlantic hurricane season runs June 1 through November 30, but most hurricanes strike the East and Gulf Coasts between… Tick-tock…Hurricane Season is Almost Here
Public Input Sought for Eno-Haw Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan Alamance, N.C. —Alamance County is joining Durham and Orange Counties, in coordination with their participating municipal jurisdictions, to prepare a regional hazard mitigation plan that will cover the three-county “Eno-Haw” area. The counties are seeking the public’s input regarding the plan on Thursday, April 30th, from… Public Input Sought for Eno-Haw Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan
Warm Temps Usher in Uncertain Weather: Plan, Prepare and Stay Informed for Severe Weather Spring is a time for renewal – a time to end the winter blues and usher in warm weather. With the end of winter comes the uncertainty of spring weather…storms, lightning, tornadoes. That’s why March 1-7 is Severe Weather Preparedness Week;… Severe Weather Preparedness Week in North Carolina
Emergency responders from Alamance County Fire Marshal’s Office, Office of Emergency Management, EMS, Rescue Squad, Central Communications, City of Burlington Fire Department, Police Department, Emergency Management, Communications, along with Alamance Regional Medical Center Emergency Department Staff and Cone Health Emergency Management will participate in an Exercise on February 18th. The exercise will begin at 6:30… Emergency Exercise @ Alamance Regional Medical Center
Rain, Ice, Snow…Cold or Warm? Alamance County has already seen hints of winter with the dramatic drop in temperatures a few weeks ago. However, that doesn’t mean we’re going to get snow. Winters in Alamance County, like in much of the state, are unpredictable. Last year, the county had a few days of snow and… Rain, Ice, Snow…Cold or Warm? Be Prepared for Winter Weather!
Media Contact John Payne Alamance County Emergency Services Phone: 336.227.1365 email@example.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ALAMANCE COUNTY SEEKS PUBLIC INPUT Eno-Haw Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan ALAMANCE COUNTY, NC (November 24, 2014)—Alamance County is joining the counties of Orange and Durham in coordination with their participating municipal jurisdictions, to prepare a regional hazard mitigation plan that will… Eno-Haw Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan