Siren testing for the nuclear power plants emergency sirens is held the first Tuesday in December and June at 1 p.m.
How can I get KI?
KI - potassium iodide tablets - are available for people who live in the 10-mile Emergency Planning Zone surrounding the nuclear power plants at the Oswego County Emergency Management Office and the Oswego County Health Department, from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. weekdays. Call 315-591-9150.
What should I do when I hear a siren?
When you hear a nuclear power plant emergency siren in the 10-mile Emergency Planning Zone, tune your AM/FM radio or television to an Emergency Alert System station for information.
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