(Andover, KS) — Two decades have passed since the Andover tornado but it's still fresh for some residents there.
"I remember it well. It was pretty scary and I remember I couldn't get to my grandmother," said one Andover resident.
Since then, Andover has quadrupled in size and that means almost constant re-vision of emergency plans including more tornado sirens.
This summer, officials will add two more. They'll go on the edge of town where new houses are going up.
"You can hear them out there but we want to make sure they really hear it," said Andover Mayor Ben Lawrence.
Along with more sirens the City has also built an extra dispatch and emergency command center. It's in their new City Hall building. Their current command center is at the police department and if it were to get hit during a storm, they now have a backup.