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East Grand Forks has four warning sirens which are used to notify residents who are outdoors of a tornado warning or a possibly severe weather event.
When the sirens sound, it’s not safe to be outside. When you hear the siren go off, get inside, take shelter, and, if possible, turn on a radio or TV for more information.
To receive emergency alerts, sign up for the Polk County Emergency Alert Program.
The city does have three designated storm shelters:
Download: Warning Siren FAQ sheet