Emergency Services

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Is it an emergency?

If people, equipment, or buildings could be endangered or damaged by failure to correct the problem promptly or if the problem poses a security risk, then it's an emergency.

During regular office hours, 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday-Friday, complete a “Track-IT,” Facilities Work Order. After hours and when Facilities personnel are not readily available, an emergency should be reported to Security at:

  • Leesburg - (352) 516-3975
  • South Lake - (863) 221-7519
  • Sumter - (352)793-2621

These are considered emergencies:

  • electrical failure or malfunction
  • gas leak
  • glass replacement affecting safety or security
  • heat in room below 60 degrees/above 80 degrees
  • plumbing leaks or floods
  • roof leaks
  • lock problems affecting safety or security

These are Not considered emergencies:

  • Leaky faucets
  • An individual toilet not working properly
  • Forgotten keys
  • A few lights did not come on or came on late
  • Room is a little cool or warm
  • Custodial, light maintenance, or basic Grounds issues
Siren Tones

There are three siren emergency alert tones that can be heard outside and inside buildings.  

  1. The “Whoop” tone

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    indicates a dangerous natural/weather conditions:  This condition could result from emergency weather radios, television weather alerts, or Emergency Operation Center (EOC) notifications.   What to do:  Find shelter, shut the door, listen for any updates; stay away from glass & outer walls.

  2. The" HiLo" tone

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    is alerting to a possible serious criminal activity.  This tone is emitted when possible harm could occur due to a criminal event that may have been observed or reported.  The sample tone for this alert is also attached.  What to do:  Find a room (classroom/office) that can be locked from inside and position yourself (and others) out of view.

  3. The “All Clear" tone

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    indicates that danger, either weather or criminal, has passed and it is safe to move about (Don’t be confused by the title on the attached sample of “alert tone;” it is an all clear tone.  What to do: Be cautious and alert but you are free to leave your safe space.