Coping with Storm Sandy
Hurricane Sandy is expected to pound Connecticut with unprecedented flooding and high winds.Across the state, public schools and colleges are closing their offices, along with many private businesses. Gov. Malloy has ordered many state employees to stay home and state highways to close at 1 p.m.
Council 4 will close at noon on Monday.
Here are some resources to help you weather the storm:
- Governor Malloy's website with the latest news and tips.
- Information about how to create an emergency supply kit.
- Helpful links, including insurance questions, disaster planning and debris maintenance.
- Governor's Twitter updates on Sandy.
- Several towns have opened opening emergency shelters. If you need shelter, please call: 2-1-1.
- To reach CL&P, call 1-800-286-2000; to reach Northeast Utilities, call 1-800-286-5000; or to reach United Illuminating, call 1-800-722-5584.
Please stay warm, dry and safe as possible.
Remember that public service workers will be out in force to help our communities cope with this storm, whether it's clearing roads, trimming trees, running emergency shelters, responding to emergency situations and more.
Stay in touch with your family, friends and neighbors. We are all in this together.