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The resources on this page are provided to assist Vermonters in their recovery from the recent catastrophic flood event as well as other natural disasters. 

This information has been developed by UVM Extension experts as well as our local, state and federal agency partners.

Here's What's New

General Information

Emergencies:  For emergency situations, always call 9-1-1

Road Closures:

    VTrans Road Closure Map (state highways)
    New England 511 Road Closure Map (local roads)
    VT ArcGIS road map

General Assistance: Call 2-1-1 for help getting connected to resources and services such as shelter, disaster response, and more


Recovery Resources

Vermont Emergency Management

Vermont Emergency Management:

    Twitter: @vemvt

VT-Alert: is used by state and local responders to notify the public of emergency situations which include (but are not limited to) evacuation information, chemical spills, shelter-in-place alerts, severe weather advisories, boil water advisories, and roadway interruptions.  NOTE: Residents can tailor the alerts to specific locations, types of alerts, and on which devices they will be notified.

    Sign up to receive VT-Alerts:
    Follow VT-Alert on social media for quick updates:

Weather Updates