Campbell County tests the sirens on the Second Tuesday of each month.
- 8:30 a.m. in Wright
- 10:30 a.m. in Gillette
Help Us Test Our Sirens!
Go to the online reporting form and tell us what you heard (or didn't hear!)
Some Things to Know:
- If you hear them AND it's not time for a test...SEEK SHELTER! We only set them off if the area they serve is being threatened!
- We don’t sound an all clear afterwards
- There are NO designated public shelters in Campbell County
Remember, you're not always in the same place all the time so you need to plan in advance where you would take shelter if the sirens sound.
Make certain those you leave your children with have a plan!
Don't have time to make it to a shelter? FEMA has information about how you can build your own tornado shelter
CCEMA uses the CodeRED system to send out voice messages, email and text messages to those that have signed up to receive them
We provide five different types of notices:
- General Advisories
- Weather Advisories
- Facility Closures
- Red Flag Warnings
- Special Event Advisories
These are typically sent out as emails and text messages, but can also be voice telephone calls.
To receive them, you much create your own account in the system
We have more detailed information on our Emergency Management Agency Advisories page on this site
If you want to know more about our CodeRED system, including why you should update your information, visit our CodeRED page
CCEMA Weather Stations
Campbell County Emergency Management has four weather stations which you can now access on the Internet.
At Fire Station 7 on the west side of the CamPlex
At Fire Station 11 in the Sleepy Hollow Subdivision
At Fire Station 12 in Rozet.
At Fire Station 9 in Wright.
The City of Gillette has two weather stations