The Orange County Office of Emergency Management will conduct a test of the emergency alerting system on Wednesday, July 22 (Jefferson County) and Thursday, July 23 (Orange County and Hardin County).
The Southeast Texas Alerting Network (STAN) is vital in keeping you informed in the event of any emergency situation such as a hurricane, natural, or man-made incident causing a significant disruption to your daily activities. This includes evacuation notices or shelter-in-place instructions. Again, this is only a test of the emergency alerting system. The system is vital to keep you informed in the event of any emergency situation such as a hurricane, natural, or man-made incident causing a significant disruption to your daily activities. This test will include phone calls, emails, and text messages.
People who live or work in the Southeast Texas region are encouraged to register their cell phones by visiting www.thestan.com (STAN – Southeast Texas Alerting Network) or by calling 1-844-578-STAN (1-844-578-7826).
Signing up for this emergency alerting notification system will allow Orange County to send notifications to registered phone number(s) in the event of an emergency or any other disruption that would interfere with daily routine.
For more information please contact your local emergency management coordinator Joel Ardoin at (409)882-7835 or email@example.com.