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Outdoor alert systems are not designed to be heard indoors. If you hear a siren, tune into local radio and/or TV to get more information.

Sign up for AtHoc SMS text message/email alerts:

  • At your work PC (on post only).
  • Any DOD PC with dual CAC card readers.
  • Laptop kiosks located at:
    • Army Community Service, Building 7264.
    • Replacement Company, Building 208.
    • In-processing, Building 210.
    • ID Card Center, Building 212.
    • SRP site, Building 7671C.
    • Account set up DOES NOT require a CAC card.
  • Use a kiosk (see above).
  • Use your sponsor’s work PC.

Weather Radio

Purchase a weather alert radio and program it for your area. The weather radio will alert you when you’re sleeping and unable to hear outdoor mass notification systems (sirens). These radios are available at the PX, Wal-Mart, Radio Shack and many area grocery stores.

Radio Stations

  • Junction City: KJCK AM 1420, and KJCK FM 97.5
  • Manhattan: KMAN AM 1350, KMKF FM 101.5 and KQLA FM 104.7
  • Abilene: WXL-71 162.525 MHz
  • Topeka: WXK-91, 162.475 MHz
  • Hallstead: KGG-98 162.425 MHz for updates and area-specific information.

Television Stations

  • Riley TV on Fort Riley’s cable channel 2.
  • Topeka’s WIBW on CBS, KTKA on ABC and KSNT on NBC.
  • Salina’s KWCH on CBS, KAKE on ABC and KSN on NBC.

Fort Riley Emergency Information

In case of emergency, visit www.riley.army.mil/Units/GarrisonCommand/EmergencyServices.aspx for the most up-to-date information.

Weather Advisories and Road Conditions

Call 785-239-3700 or toll-free 866-562-7319. For general information and referrals, call 785-240-TOWN. Always report your status following a disaster through your unit chain of command.

GET A KIT: You should have an emergency kit for both your home and privately owned auto.

MAKE A PLAN: Ensure your family has an emergency action plan and the plan is rehearsed.

BE INFORMED: Know who to call for information. Post emergency contact information for quick reference.

Learn more about Ready Army by visiting www.riley.army.mil/Community/ReadyArmy.aspx.

 

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