Hurricane Irene Recovery in Connecticut

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GOVERNOR MALLOY'S TWO STORM PANEL (Formerly the "S.T.O.R.M. Irene Panel"):

  • Please visit the Governor's working groups for documents related to this panel

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS:

October 12: Gov. Malloy: East Haven Disaster Loan Outreach Center to Remain Open until October 27

October 7: Gov. Malloy Announces Federal Aid for Farmers in All 8 Connecticut Counties Hit by Tropical Storm Irene

September 28: Governor Malloy Reminds Residents and Businesses to Register with FEMA

September 27: Gov. Malloy: S.T.O.R.M. Irene Panel Holds First Meeting Wednesday

September 22: Gov. Malloy: State FEMA Offices Transition into SBA Disaster Loan Outreach Centers

September 19: 'D-SNAP' Announcement: Low-Income Residents With Various Losses From Storm Irene May Be Eligible For Aid

September 16: Gov. Malloy Announces Federal Assistance for Individuals Nearing $2 Million for Tropical Storm Irene

September 13: Gov. Malloy: FEMA Opens Additional Disaster Recovery Centers in East Haven, Guilford

September 13: Gov. Malloy Appoints Members of S.T.O.R.M. Irene Panel

September 7: DRS Announces Additional Storm Filing and Payment Extensions

September 7: Gov. Malloy Announces FEMA Disaster Recovery Centers Open Across State

September 6: Gov. Malloy: Residents Affected by Tropical Storm Irene May be Eligible for Disaster Unemployment Assistance

September 6: DPH updates list of public water systems under boil water advisory

September 6: Governor Malloy, Insurance Commissioner Announce Additional Carriers Waiving Higher-Cost Deductibles

September 5: Readout of Secretary Napolitano's Visit to Connecticut

September 5: Gov. Malloy: Residents Seeking Federal Assistance Must Register with FEMA

September 4: Gov. Malloy: Three Remaining Connecticut Counties Qualify for Disaster Assistance Funding from FEMA

September 4: Tomorrow: Gov. Malloy and Homeland Security Secretary Napolitano Tour East Haven

September 3: Gov. Malloy: President Obama Signs Connecticut Disaster Declaration

September 3: Sunday: Gov. Malloy Visits Montville, Griswold, Sterling to Discuss Power Outages

September 2: President Obama Signs Connecticut Disaster Declaration

September 2: Gov. Malloy, Insurance Commissioner Praise Carriers for Waiving Hurricane Deductibles

September 2: Gov. Malloy Announces $1 Million in Federal Emergency Relief Funds for Transportation Infrastructure Repairs and Clean Up Due to Hurricane Irene

September 2: Governor Malloy Briefs Media, Residents on Friday, Monday

September 1: DMV Extends Expirations of Licenses, Registrations and Other Credentials

September 1: State Parks and Beaches Open for Free Friday Through Monday At Direction of Governor Malloy

September 1: Safety Advice Concerning Medications and Supplies Following Severe Weather and/or Power Outages

September 1: Insurance Department Offers Tips For Filing Flood Insurance Claims

September 1: Today at 5:00 PM: Gov. Malloy Briefs Media, Residents

September 1: Today: Lt. Governor Wyman, FEMA Officials to Assess Damage in East Lyme, Waterford and Groton

August 31: Gov. Malloy: People Wishing to Donate to Hurricane Relief May Do So Through Safe, Secure Website

August 31: Gov. Malloy Asks Residents, Businesses to Report Damage from Hurricane Irene to 2-1-1

August 31: Today at 5:30 PM: Gov. Malloy Briefs Media, Residents

August 30: Wednesday: Lt. Governor Wyman Visits Storm-Damaged Areas in Guilford, Bristol, Southbury and New Milford

August 30: Department of Consumer Protection Reports on Fuel Supply and Offers Advice on Gasoline Use Following Tropical Storm Irene

August 30: Wednesday: Gov. Malloy Tours Hurricane Irene Damage in Pomfret, Sprague & Ledyard

August 30: Department of Consumer Protection Reminds Consumers to Watch for Scammers Offering Home Repairs

August 30: Today at 5:30 PM: Gov. Malloy Briefs Media, Residents

August 29: Tuesday: Gov. Malloy Tours Hurricane Irene Damage in Bridgeport, Fairfield, Stamford

August 29: Courtney, Wyman to view Hurricane Irene damage in Madison, Clinton, Old Saybrook

August 29: Update on New Haven Line Rail Service

August 29: Gov. Malloy Announces Business Assistance Program for Companies Affected by Hurricane Irene

August 29: Health Officials Remind Residents of Food and Water Safety after Storm

August 28: Connecticut State Parks, Beaches and Campgrounds to Remain Closed through at Least Monday

August 28: Noon Monday: Gov. Malloy Briefs Residents, Media on Aftermath of Storm

August 28: Gov. Malloy: CT Insurance Department Ready to Help Residents with Hurricane Damage

August 28: Gov. Malloy: Non-Essential State Employees to Report to work on Monday at 10 A.M.;

August 28: Gov. Malloy, LG Wyman View Storm Damage, Visit Shelters in East Haven, West Haven

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:

Hurricane Irene Shelter Listings

ROAD TRAVEL:

Roadway Incidents and Closures Listing (state roads)

Roadway Incidents and Closures Interactive Travel Map (state roads)

INSURANCE RESOURCES:

CT Dept. of Insurance Hurricane Irene Insurance Resource Website

CT Dept. of Insurance Customer Service Number: 1-800-203-3447

CONNECTICUT BUSINESSES:

Gov. Malloy Announces Business Assistance Program for Companies Affected by Hurricane Irene

PUBLIC HEALTH:

CT Department of Public Health: Hurricane Irene: Important Health Information

Health Officials Remind Residents of Food and Water Safety after Storm

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