Saturday October 24, 2020
Hours 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Monday - Friday

Alerts

The Davison Co Courthouse will be closed Oct 12th to observe Native American Day.

Property taxes are due October 31st.

Outdoor Warning Siren information

Outdoor Warning Siren information for Mitchell, Ethan, and Mt. Vernon: 

The Davison County Office of Emergency Management works closely with the 911 Dispatch. Outdoor Warning Sirens will sound ONLY for the following Severe Weather: 1. Tornado Warnings issued by the National Weather Service. 2. Cloud rotation observed by a trained weather spotter. 3. An actual tornado observed by a trained weather spotter. NOTE: Outdoor Warning Sirens are NOT intended to be heard indoors. Sirens are NOT activated for Severe Thunderstorms.

Siren Information for your Community:
Mitchell– Nine warning sirens are located within the City of Mitchell area and will sound according to the guidelines stated above. The Mitchell sirens are tested at 10:00 AM the first Friday of each month. The Mitchell Police Department Dispatch is responsible for sounding the sirens during the event a warning is issued. There is one designated Emergency Storm Shelter in Mitchell, which is the Courthouse. If you are in need of shelter, the courthouse will be open anytime the siren is sounding. There are also six pre-designated disaster relief shelters in Mitchell to be used after a disaster, to include: The Davison County Fairgrounds Building, James Valley Community Center, Salvation Army, First United Methodist Church, Mitchell Recreation Center, and the Corn Palace.

Ethan– One siren is centrally located in the City of Ethan and will sound according to the guidelines stated above. The Ethan sirens are tested at 10:00 AM the first Saturday of each month. The Mitchell Police Department Dispatch is responsible for sounding the City siren during the event a warning is issued. There is one designated Emergency Storm Shelter in Ethan, which is the Ethan Public School. If you are in need of shelter, the school will be open anytime the siren is sounding. There are three pre-designated disaster relief shelters in the Ethan area to be used after a disaster, to include: Ethan Public School, Holy Trinity Catholic Church, and Ethan United Methodist Church.

Mt. Vernon– One siren is centrally located in the City of Mt. Vernon and will sound according to the guidelines stated above. The Mt. Vernon sirens are tested at 10:00 AM the first Saturday of each month. The Mitchell Police Department Dispatch is responsible for sounding the City siren during the event a warning is issued. There is one designated Emergency Storm Shelter in Mt. Vernon, which is the downtown gym on First and Main. If you are in need of shelter, the gym will be open anytime the siren is sounding. There is one pre-designated disaster relief shelter in the Mt. Vernon area to be used after a disaster, which is the Mt. Vernon Public School.