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From Police Services to Fire Protection to Emergency Management, Tay Valley Township has the necessary services to ensure our residents and properties are well protected.
Learn more about our Emergency Services:
Emergency Response Plan-updated Dec. 2010
Please click on the above link to view the Township’s Emergency Response Plan.
To view the Emergency Fanout system click HERE.
Click the link to view the COMMUNITY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM (CEMP) 2011.
Committee members and the committee’s objectives can be viewed by clicking HERE.
In Case of Emergency: Call 9-1-1
9-1-1 is an emergency telephone number. Your call is answered by a neutral answering service call taker, who then forwards it to the appropriate emergency response agency-police, fire or ambulance.
WHEN TO CALL 9-1-1
• If someone is hurt and needs help
• If someone is taking or damaging property that does not belong to him or her
• If you see someone hurting someone else
• If you see a fire or smell smoke
The emergency service will ask for the address where the emergency is occurring, a description of the problem, the telephone number from which you are calling, your name and any other useful information for emergency units responding.
Have your property identifier number (PIN), the name of your street, road, lane and fire route number accessible.
Make sure your house or property number is visible from the road, especially at night.
WHAT ABOUT MY CELL PHONE?
Unlike home and business phones, 9-1-1 operators cannot automatically identify your location when you call from a cellular phone.
To make an emergency call from your cell phone:
1) If you are driving, pull over and stop.
2) Dial 9-1-1, and provide your name and cell phone number.
3) Provide as much location information as you can.
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