Flood Resources

July 18, 2023
Governor Phil Scott declared a State of Emergency in Vermont on July 9, 2023 due to heavy rainfall, significant localized flooding, washouts, and road closures across the state.
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Flood safety information from the Vermont Language Justice Project:

Staying Safe During a Flood and Very Heavy Rain Fall

Flooding can Contaminate your Drinking Water

Returning to your Home after a Flood

Flood Water on Fruits and Vegetables

FEMA Information & Scams

Attorney General Clark Discusses Disaster Relief Scams

Shelters, closures, and food assistance: Connect with Vermont 211 by dialing 211 from anywhere in Vermont, visiting www.vermont211.org, or texting your zip code to 898211. (Hours for texting are 8am-10pm.) You can reach 211 by phone from 8am-11pm daily.

VT Alerts: Register at https://vem.vermont.gov/vtalert

VT Agency of Transportation road closure map: https://vtrans.maps.arcgis.com/apps/dashboards/1895a922e8b148afb3d13094cfd68d93

Traffic information: https://newengland511.org/

Power outages: https://vtoutages.org/

Vermont river levels and forecast: https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=btv

Follow Vermont Emergency Management on Twitter and Facebook for updates



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