Rep. Urban Storm Preparedness

October 11, 2017

Be Smart. Take Part. Prepare.

As storm season approaches, we want to remind everyone the measures you can take to prepare to keep your family safe.

  1. Always keep a supply of medications and assistive technology devices
  2. You should have three days' water supply, and three days of food for you and your pet!
  3. Keep important documents in a dry, safe place
  4. Check that your first aid kit supplies are refreshed
  5. Collect extra batteries for flashlight and radio
  6. Don't forget your cell phone charger!

Who to contact

STONINGTON:

If you have a tree down or other emergency during the storm, you can call George Brennan at the Emergency Management Center 860-599-7585 or 911.

If your power is out, please call your power company. Eversource Emergency: at 800-286-2000

Stonington Emergency Preparedness website can be found here.

If you'd like to sign up for Emergency Stonington Alerts, click this link.

Town Shelter: Stonington High School, 176 South Broad St Pawcatcuk, CT. Call 860-447-3248 to contact the Red Cross for help sheltering.

911 notifications

NORTH STONINGTON:

Contact Director of Emergency Management, Gary Baron at 860-857-2614 or the Emergency Operations Center at 860-535-2877 x10

Register for a wellness check during an emergency here.

Town Shelter: Stonington High School, 176 South Broad St Pawcatcuk, CT. Call 860-447-3248 to contact the Red Cross for help sheltering.

Town Hall, 40 Main Street has an Emergency Operations Center that is staffed during town emergencies. It has food and bottled water available, within 48 hours. It also has the Internet if there is service.

911 notifications.