August 6th: Updates on Tropical Storm Isaias Cleanup


Update as of 12 pm August 6, 2020:

  • Connecticut still remains in a State of Emergency
  • 536,126 Eversource customers do not have power
  • 78,680 UI customers do not have power

For the latest up to date outages for Eversource, click here.

For the latest power outages for United Illuminating, click here.

Both electric companies say restoration of electricity may take longer than usual due to the COVID-19 pandemic and safety protocols that are in place.

Shelters across the state will be coordinating with 2-1-1 to help those in need. Please check on your neighbors, animals.

United Way 2-1-1 is Connecticut’s statewide, 24 hour, information and referral service. Click on the links below for local, state and federal information and resources available to Connecticut residents regarding extreme weather events.

Dept. of Emergency Services & Public Protection- 860-256-0800

Department of Transportation- 860-594-2000

Connecticut 211- 1-800-203-1234

GET NOTIFIED: Sign up withwww.CTAlert.govto receive any emergency information sent out in your town.

Residents are being advised against swimming or fishing in the Connecticut River, north of Middletown, until at least Friday.

The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection said hundreds of thousands of gallons of untreated storm water and sewage was released into the Chicopee River in Springfield on Wednesday overnight. The Chicopee River feeds into the Connecticut River.

Connecticut Water Company is asking residents in Clinton, Guilford, Madison, Old Saybrook, and Westbrook to conserve on water:

Some state parks are closed due to storm cleanup.

Click here for more info!

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