In advance of an expected major snowstorm, town officials tell residents: “Be self-sufficient for up to 72 hours with enough food, water and medications to shelter in place, should a natural disaster take place.
• POLICE, FIRE, EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES:
Call 911 for all emergencies, including TDD calls.
• Police: 203-341-6000
• Fire: 203-341-5010
• EMS: 203-341-6081
• Health District: 203-227-9571
• Department of Human Services: 203-341-1050
To sign up for the town’s NIXLE emergency notification system (a telephone communication service that delivers customized emergency messages directly to homes and business, click here or text “06880” to 888777.
The best way to stay informed about weather-related advisories, alerts and community messages is to register for the Human Services assistance programs, and utilize local news and information resources including the town’s website (www.westportct.gov) and Facebook page.
Additional updates may be posted on the Westport Fire Department
Facebook page, and on Staples High School radio station WWPT (90.3 FM).
The Voluntary Registry for People with Disabilities is offered in partnership with the Westport Police Department. It is a confidential registry service assisting officers and other emergency services personnel in the event of an incident involving vulnerable citizens with disabilities.
Contact the Department of Human Services (203-341-1050) or email email@example.com.
• Westport Public Schools Emergency Line: 203-341-1766
• Eversource: 800-286-2000 (Residents with a medical condition should sign up with Eversource as a priority restoration)
• Optimum/ALTICE: 866-200-7273.