Emergency Management

Local Weather

Local Weather Connection CLICK HERE

Or call Bowie Municipal Airport 940-872-2366

For Additional Weather Conditions CLICK HERE

Outdoor Warning Sirens

The City of Bowie has twelve outdoor warning sirens that are used to alert citizens of impending emergencies. The siren system is tested monthly in order to maintain the accuracy of the working system. They are tested on the First Monday of every month for approximately 2 minutes at 7:00 p.m.. During inclement weather, the test is postponed.

Listen for Real Emergency Siren Sounds

Test: First Monday of every month for approximately two minutes at 7:00 p.m.

  • FIRE

What You Need to Know About the West Nile Virus

The City of Bowie is taking precautions to prevent the onset and spread of the West Nile Virus by conducting routine checks on standing water and removing it where and when possible and/or treating the water with Mosquito Dunks. The City is encouraging everyone to maintain and eliminate standing water and to use precaution when outdoors. A more detailed list of facts and precautions are listed on the Fact Sheet
supplied by the Department of Health, Click Here for the West Nile FACT SHEET.


CLICK HERE for current Emergency Alerts

Alerts are posted for the following reasons:
  • Severe Weather
  • Street Closers / Modification
  • Water Usage Restrictions / Notifications
  • Hazardous Material Spill/leak
  • Amber Alerts
  • Police Emergency Alerts
  • Fire Emergency / Wildfire
  • Power Outages
  • Homeland Security Emergency
  • Utility Upgrades affecting public users
To register for Emergency Alerts please CLICK HERE


The Emergency Managment Team is requesting information on Storm Shelter locations within the Area. Please complete and submit the form to assistance emergency teams in locating all residence during an emergency. If you need assistance with the form submittal please contact Jim Spinks or City Hall.
Click here for form.

Lightning Awareness and Safety

The NWS has put together a site with resources you can use to help educate people in your area about the dangers of lightning http://www.lightningsafety.noaa.gov/