Milford, CT, January 26, 2015: Mayor Ben Blake and the City of Milford, and Governor Dannel Malloy and the State of Connecticut, have each declared a state of civil preparedness in preparation for Winter Storm Juno. A travel ban on all roads is in effect beginning at 9:00 p.m. tonight.
All meetings and recreation events are cancelled and all City buildings are ordered closed to the public as of 5:00 p.m.
All City Departments have been taking action to guard and protect the citizens of Milford against the impact of the storm, but the help of all residents is needed throughout this event. If you live near elderly or infirmed neighbors, please check in on them as often as it safe to do so.
Additional storm information may be obtained on the City’s website at http://www.ci.milford.ct.us or the City’s facebook page at “Milford CT City Hall.” Anyone in need of sheltering or social services may obtain additional information by calling the 211 Infoline. In the event of an emergency please call 911.
Thank you and be safe.
To view the complete post from the Facebook page of Milford City Hall, check out this link. Look out for regular updates on their page. To view more information on the upcoming storm be sure to check out the City of Milford’s website and their dedicated page for this storm.