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Departments » Menominee County E-911 » OTHER THINGS TO THINK ABOUT….
General Information

OTHER THINGS TO THINK ABOUT….
  • Make sure your address and phone number are posted by the family phone(s), so they can be read by anyone using the telephone in an emergency. In times of emergency, even those who have lived in their houses for 20 years have been known to forget their information.

  • Do you have a cordless phone?
    Low batteries may activate a call to 9-1-1; check batteries regularly

  • Make sure your house number is visible at night from the street and is clearly posted where your driveway joins the main road.


    9-1-1 is the number to dial for the fastest possible emergency response when you need emergency POLICE, FIRE or MEDICAL ASSISTANCE in a life or death situation.
    • Do Not dial 9-1-1 for information regarding area power outages, unless there is an otherwise related emergency – refer your questions to your local power provider.
      check your local power bill for reference numbers for power questions or outage phone numbers.

    • Do Not dial 9-1-1 to ask for the Menominee County Central Dispatch non-emergency number. It is 906-863-6614
    • Do Call 1-906-555-1212 for phone number information assistance.
    • Do Not dial 9-1-1 and hang-up before speaking to a dispatcher. If you do, you will be called back and a police car may be sent to your home.

    • Do Not dial 9-1-1 for information, such as road or weather conditions - get a battery-powered radio and stay tuned to a local radio station.

    • Road and Weather Mi 1-800-381-8477
    • National Weather Service - http://www.nws.noaa.gov/
    • Do Not dial 9-1-1 to ask for directions - directions can be obtained over the internet if you cannot obtain the information Dial the non-emergency number 906-863-6614

    • Do Not call 9-1-1 to ask for Burn Ban information.
      Call your local fire department.
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- OTHER THINGS TO THINK ABOUT….
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