EMERGENCY CALLS – RESCUE SQUAD – FIRE – POLICE CALL 911
If you are an individual and need immediate help, call 211:
“211” is the resource to help individuals access services now and to register information on individual property damage. (For more information, go to: http://www.vermont211.org/).
CONTACT INFO FOR FLOOD VICTIMS:
Vermont Agency of Commerce and Community Development, contact information for businesses and individuals seeking flood-related help.
Vermont Economic Development Authority website, low-interest loans available for businesses damaged by Tropical Storm Irene.
Small Business Administration, Vermont district office, for help with small business loans, grants and financing.
Farm Service Agency in Colchester, for Vermont farmers seeking assistance and information about farm-related flooding and to report damage.
VTrans road closure map
Seven Days crowdsourced map of Vermont flooding locales:
Vermont Citizen blog coordinating helpers and victims:
Vermont Agency of Transportation Rideshare Program:
The Stowe Reporter’s list of help sites and groups:
The Governor’s Office:
Contact information for Vermont U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders: http://sanders.senate.gov/
Contact information and Q&A on flood assistance from Vermont Congressman Peter Welch’s website:
Contact information for U.S. Sen. Patrick Leahy:
Contact numbers and website for Vermont League of Cities and Towns:
FEMA’s guide to cleaning up a home after flooding:
The Vermont Travel and Tourism Department’s guidance for travelers and visitors:
View some suggestions on how to prepare for an emergency here: Emergency Prepardness Guidelines