EMERGENCY INFORMATION

DID YOUR HOME OR PROPERTY HAVE STORM DAMAGE?

Any local residents should call 2-1-1 if they have had damages to their homes or property due to the storm last Thursday. This is a place where you can register your information, and then the State will follow up with you individually.

There is no FEMA assistance for private property at this time, so any help that the State might offer comes from other agencies and organizations.

We are sorry to hear of damages and losses that our residents experienced. Please call 2-1-1 to report any damages that you may have.

 

**TO REPORT AN EMERGENCY ALWAYS CALL 911**

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT DIRECTOR: Bill Oakley

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT DEPUTY: Patti Oakley

POLICE:               Groton Police Department (603)744-3703; Dispatch (603)536-3566

FIRE & EMT:      The Town of Groton has contracted services with Hebron Fire and EMT and Rumney Fire and EMT

CodeRed:              You can receive emergency notification calls from the Grafton County Sheriff's Department. Click here to add your contact information to the CodeRed emergency database.

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National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP)

Why do I need Flood Insurance Flyer

National Flood Insurance Program Fact Sheet

 

Public Health Corps

Hello from the team at PublicHealthCorps.org!

Here at PublicHealthCorps.org, we strive to find the best health and safety information on the web. We then work to put this information in the hands of people who can share it far and wide to positively affect as many people as possible.

On our minds this week is weather preparedness; are your local residents prepared for potential weather emergencies?

Please carefully review the list of resources below to encourage as many residents as possible to take important safety precautions today.

Severe Weather 101

Basic Disaster Supplies Kit

Home Emergency and Disaster Safety

Preparing for Disasters in Your Home: What to Buy, What to Skip

Emergency Preparedness and Pets

Important Legal Documents for Emergency Preparedness

Emergency Preparedness for Seniors

How to Organize and Prepare for Disasters

Hurricane Preparedness - Be Ready

How To Protect Your Home From Flood Damage

Winter Safety and Preparedness

Tornado Safety Guide

Lightning Safety Tips

Homeowners Guide to Lightning Safety

Fire Safety in the Home

A Guide to Home Safety: Identifying and Preventing Hazards

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