Outdoor Warning Sirens are actually only part of the public warning system. Radio and TV provide the least costly, and most wide-spread, way to receive warning and information. Local media are very good at quickly spreading the word in an emergency.
Programs on Adelphia Cable can also be interrupted by Uinta County to issue warning information using a capture system.
Radio Stations KEVA 1240 and KOTB 106.2 can also be interrupted by Uinta County to issue warning information using a capture system.
Another method of warning is "NOAA Weather Radio". Local electronics stores carry several types and usually cost less than $50. These are activated by the National Weather Service and provide weather-related "watches" and "warnings" for the area.