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24-hour emergency services.Other useful information can be found at:
US Department of Homeland Security
Citizen Preparation by Dept of Homeland Security

Carrollton’s Emergency Operations

In the event of a local disaster directly affecting Carrollton residents, City of Carrollton personnel in cooperation with other area emergency preparedness and assistance agencies will initiate the city’s Emergency Operations Plan. In the case of a tornado, terrorist attack or other community emergency, pertinent information and instructions for residents will be available on the following local radio stations:

KSCS 96.3 FM
KRLD 1080 AM
WBAP 820 AM

For the current National Threat Level and to learn more about safety and disaster preparedness, visit http://www.texashomelandsecurity.com/ or see this link for more information on the Department of Homeland Security’s “If you see something, say something!” campaign: http://www.dhs.gov/if-you-see-something-say-something-campaign

City of Carrollton 24-hour Emergency Contacts:

Fire, Police, Ambulance or Intervention Emergencies 911
Non-emergencies 972-466-3333
Public Works Customer Service 972-466-3425
Crime Hotline 972-466-3329

For the latest information regarding Homeland Security as well as answers to frequently asked questions and suggestions on how to prepare please visit these sites.

www.texashomelandsecurity.com
http://www.redcross.org/
http://www.ready.gov/
http://www.fema.gov/
http://www.dhs.gov/

Red Cross has also established a Disaster/Terrorism help hotline at 1-866-Get-Info. 

  • For answers to frequently asked questions 
  • For support
  • For suggestions on preparedness
Last updated: 4/22/2013 11:54:11 AM