Governor Malloy: Hurricane Irene Information

 
{Hurricane Irene Recovery}
 
 
Connecticut Recovers from Hurricane Irene
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Access this site easily by typing in ct.gov/irene
 
 
 
 
GOVERNOR MALLOY'S TWO STORM PANEL (Formerly the "S.T.O.R.M. Irene Panel"):
 
 
ANNOUNCEMENTS:
 
 
UTILITY INFORMATION:
   CL&P
   Northeast Utilities
   United Illuminating
 
 
SHELTERS:
For information on the closest open shelters, dial 2-1-1 for assistance and check the list on the 2-1-1 website:
 
 
ROAD TRAVEL:
 
 
INSURANCE RESOURCES:
CT Dept. of Insurance Customer Service Number: 1-800-203-3447
 
 
CONNECTICUT BUSINESSES:
 
 
PUBLIC HEALTH:
 
 
STATE PARKS, BEACHES & CAMPGROUNDS:
Continually updated information regarding the status of all state parks, beaches and campgrounds can be found on the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection's special Hurricane Irene: Parks, Beaches & Campground Status Report website.
 
 
HURRICANE RELIEF DONATIONS:
Those wishing to make donations to help people and businesses impacted by Hurricane Irene may do so online at this safe, secure website.  The website is FEMA-approved and coordinated through a national non-profit.  It is designed to centralize donations, which are then managed by a task force leader at the state Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection. In order to reduce logistical costs and allow officials to better meet demand, financial donations are preferred.
 
 
SOCIAL MEDIA:
Twitter - Office of Governor Dannel P. Malloy: @GovMalloyOffice
Twitter - CT Department of Emergency Service and Public Protection: @CTDEMHS
Twitter - Federal Emergency Management Agency: @FEMA
Twitter - Federal Emergency Management Agency, Region I [Serves CT]: @FEMARegion1
Twitter - Connecticut Red Cross: @CTRedCross
Twitter - Connecticut Light & Power: @CTLightandPower
Twitter - United Illuminating: @UnitedIllum
Twitter - Northeast Utilities: @NEUtilities
Twitter - CT Insurance Department: @CIDNews