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Posted on: September 15, 2023

[ARCHIVED] Storm Readiness - Be Alert, Be Prepared

FEMA Hurricane Prep

Be Alert, Be Prepared

Fire Chief Thomas Judge, Police Chief Thomas Mulcahy, and the Concord Fire and Police Departments are asking residents to remain alert and take necessary precautions as Hurricane Lee approaches.  Public safety officials are receiving briefings as the situation is updated, and are staying current on storm tracks and forecasts to ensure staffing is in place to deal with any emergency.

Hurricanes can bring many different types of wind and water hazards, including storm surges, strong winds and flooding. The Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Emergency Management Agency offer several tips to help residents better prepare for extreme weather that you can find on the CFD news page

Power Outage

The Concord Municipal Light Plant also reminds you their storm safety guidance and how to report a power outage. Stay away from downed wires

Tree Issues

Downed trees and limbs in the public way can be reported to the Highway Department at 978-318-3220 or submitted to "Report a Tree Issue"  Response will be triaged.  

Stay Informed

A variety of channels are used to disseminate information, and includes:

Be safe and call 911 in an emergency.

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