Summer Safety

Ready.gov- Power Outages Cooling Centers None opened at this time
Libraries  tbd- due covid
Beach and shellfish  https://www.norwalkct.org/720/Beach-Shellfish-Information
  
Click on link for updates on summer school programs and activities for Norwalk Public Schools

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Summer safety tips

Links to help you prepare for summer hazards: 

Ready.gov- Extreme Heat

Ready.gov- Thunderstorms and Lightning

Ready.gov- Power outages

Centers for Disease Control- Extreme Heat

Ready NYC: Although many of the resources are focused on NYC, this is a great site! There are resources in a wide variety of languages, coloring books for younger kids, a ’pick your own adventure’ series for tweens and much more: ReadyNYC

High temperatures and humidity can bring fast-moving summer storms to the area. These storms can result in urban flooding, power outage and downed trees and wires. Before heading outside or on the water, remember to check the weather and have a way to stay updated: National Weather Service

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City of Norwalk- Customer Service203-854-3200
United Way/Infoline- for housing, health, mental health providers,  financial assistance or information. 2-1-1
For public safety or life-threatening emergencies9-1-1
To report a power outage: Don’t assume your provider knows about your outage or that someone else has reported it.Eversource at 800-286-2000,(can also provide updates by text)
SNEW at 203-866-3366
Third Taxing District at 203- 663-6875


Transportation

For information on delays or cancellation of transportation services due to inclement weather, please visit: 

Norwalk Transit

Norwalk Transit- Wheels2U

CT Transit- bus

 MTA- Metro North

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