Emergency Management & Prepardness
If you are experiencing an emergency - call 911!
The Emergency Management Committee is comprised of the leaders of each Department. The Town Administrator is designated as the Emergency Manager and facilitates the connection between internal and external operations. Emergency Management covers a wide range of events. Being prepared for an emergency can be the difference between life and death.
Each department focuses on their area of expertise, providing the Town with a comprehensive defense to emergencies. We encourage everyone to do their part to be educated on potential risks and take precautionary measures to prepare yourself for circumstances beyond one's control.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
is a trusted source for
Ida Disaster Case Management Program - Open for Enrollment
Ida Disaster Case Management Program (DCMP) has opened it’s lines for intake! Please see the attached link for additional information including the two hotline numbers and the webpage to be used for enrollment. Eligibility for the DCMP is anyone who has been affected by Ida with a continued unmet need in a Public Assistance or Individual Assistance declared county. Individuals do not have to have applied for FEMA assistance to be eligible for case management.
New York State has contracted with New York Disaster Interfaith Services (NYDIS) to provide services to survivors with unmet needs caused by the remnants of Hurricane Ida, including referrals for basic unmet needs such as food, shelter, and seasonal clothing, support to address physical, emotional, spiritual, and financial needs, and assistance in obtaining needed services or resources.