Tropical Storm, POSSIBLE FLOODING and HIGH WINDS
Due to the potential inclement weather moving into the lower Fairfield County area in the next several hours as a result of tropical storm Isaias, there is every possibility that tropical storm-like conditions will bring heavy rains, local flooding and possible power outages. Greenwich residents are advised to keep the phone numbers listed below handy, listen to local news radio (WGCH 1490AM) and utilize information from the Town’s website www.greenwichct.gov. The Town may also send a recorded message to your home through the new emergency information system.
Important Phone Numbers:
The following information has been assembled for the general public:
Storm conditions can bring high winds, heavy rain, flooding and power outages when storm watches/warnings are in effect, stay tuned to the radio (local radio WGCH 1490 AM) or television Channel 12 for official bulletins. Keep a battery-powered radio handy, stay indoors, travel only if necessary. Motor vehicles should be kept off the street so emergency response crews can access the area to clear trees, service wires and respond to medical emergencies.
Power outages can pose health hazards. During power outages:
During a storm, flood waters may enter your home or flood your property.
Cooperate with local officials.
Local Non-Emergency Phone Numbers:
Town of Greenwich – www.greenwichct.org 203-622-7700
Greenwich Department of Health, Division of Environmental Health 203-987-1001
Greenwich Fire Department non-emergency 203-622-3950
Greenwich Police Department non-emergency 203-622-8000
Non-Emergency Medical Transportation Service 203-323-1230
– American Medical Response (AMR)
Department of Parks and Recreation Tree Division 203-622-7824
American Red Cross Metro New York North 203-869-8444
Connecticut Poison Control 1-800-222-1222