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City of Killeen asking for the public's input on Emergency Operations Plan

The city has opened up a public survey for residents to voice their feedback on hazards and emergency response in the city.

KILLEEN, Texas — Killeen residents have a chance to have their voices heard through the month of December, as the city is holding a public survey about its Emergency Operations Plan.

The Plan (EOP), is an all-hazards plan that is meant plan for and coordinate different roles and responsibilities in the event of a large-scale disaster.

The survey is a chance for residents to provide their feedback on hazards in the area as well as the city's emergency response.

The survey is open through Dec. 22 at https://forms.gle/iLNGrhwRxnAs3m9K6.

A public meeting will also be held on Dec. 15 at 6 p.m. at the Melvin Whiteley Training Center located at 207 South 28th St.

For more information, contact 254-501-7796, or em-coordinator@killeentexas.gov.

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