Category: Level 1 Alert

ALERT 1 – EOC Activation – 3/2/2018

York County ARES is at Level 1 Alert status. York County EOC will be activated Friday morning at 0930 in response to the coastal storm. EMA personnel will be coordinating with local emergency service agencies. York County ARES has not been notified of an activation, however all members should monitor communications methods closely in case …

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LEVEL 1 ALERT – EOC Activated – January 4, 2017

York County ARES has moved to a level 1 alert. York County Emergency Management has activated their EOC and is currently coordinating with local agencies and responders. York County ARES has not been advised of a pending activation but all members should be prepared for a possible level 2 or level 3 activation. York County …

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York County EOC Activated – ARES Level 1 Alert

York County ARES has moved to a level 1 alert. York County EOC will be activated at 1200 Saturday and CMP has pre-staged 100 power line crews in anticipation of power outages. York County ARES has not been notified of any potential ARES activation, however, all members should check equipment and supplies and be prepared …

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York County ARES Remaining At Level 1 Alert

York County ARES will remain at a level 1 (alert) status through tomorrow at the earliest due to the number of power outages in York, Cumberland and Oxford counties. The York County ARES primary and secondary repeaters are back on the air and are available for use by stations with emergency, priority, or routine traffic …

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ALERT – York County EOC Activated

York County ARES has moved to a level 1 alert. York County EMA’s EOC will be activated at 0400 on 30 October until the storm impacts have ended. York County ARES has not been notified of an activation from EMA, however all members should be prepared to be activated for duty with short notice. Notification …

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ARES Level 1 Status – Alert

York County ARES has been notified of a partial EMA activation. This does not mean ARES has been or will be activated, however stations should consider this a level 1 (alert) status and prepare accordingly. Any stations that are available to staff positions in the event of a full activation please contact me by email. …

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