They are there to warn people and alert them to get inside if there is an emergency situation such as "a tornado or hazardous material spill that may affect the community or whole city," states the official site. Aurora conducts audible tests of the sirens two times a year. This year, those tests will occur on March 10 at a. If you want to hear what the siren sounds like, there's an example here. Residents are advised not to go outside to find the source of the emergency, instead, they are asked to turn to local television, radio, social media, or television for information. Do NOT call if the sirens go off, unless you need to report a fire, or damage due to a tornado, severe injury, etc. These lines need to be kept open and available for medical emergency calls.
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Emergency Warning Systems
Tuesday, March The test will include more than 50 sirens throughout Aurora. If you are outdoors, you should hear a 3-minute wailing sound.
The Village of North Aurora maintains 4 outdoor warning sirens. All sirens are equipped with battery backup in case of power outage. All the sirens from all 4 municipalities are activated at the same time. This helps prevent confusion and increase the strength of the system using overlap from one jurisdiction to another. A request for siren activation is made to the Aurora center from a public safety agency using the system. No all clear is issued. Residents and business are encouraged to have NOAA weather radios to monitor the location and hazards associated with severe weather.