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Message From The Chief


It is now obvious that we have entered into the season of rising temperatures. As the temperatures continue to soar, I want to remind everyone to stay safe.


As part of our continuing service to our community, t
he City of Tyler Fire and Police Departments, the Northeast Texas Public Health District (NETHealth), the Smith County Fire Marshal's Office, and multiple other agencies have updated the Tyler / Smith County 2015 Heat Response Plan.


The 2015 Heat Response Plan can be accessed HERE.



Of course, the most important part of any plan is that it is easy to access and easy to understand. We have designed this Plan to be clear and concise. We have included information on staying hydrated as well as a list of agencies that offer assistance.

Please review the Plan and contact us if you have any questions. Also, please
share this information with your friends, your family, your co-workers.

Above all, stay cool, and watch out for one another.


Best Wishes,

Chief Johnson

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