Information from Mass 211 and MEMA

MEMA'S TIPS FOR STAYING SAFE AFTER THE STORM

FRAMINGHAM, MA – "Once the initial impact of this storm has subsided, there are still many additional challenges
to be faced, from snow removal to power restoration," states Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) Director Kurt Schwartz. "If you have taken the proper precautions, remain cautious and careful, you and your family are more likely to experience a successful outcome." read more


SHELTERS OPEN UP ACROSS MASSACHUSETTS IN PREPARATION FOR THE STORM

For a complete list of shelters in your area click here or dial 2-1-1.


MEMA'S TIPS FOR STAYING SAFE DURING THE STORM

FRAMINGHAM, MA –"These tips can help you and your family stay safe during the duration of the storm," said Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) Director Kurt Schwartz. read more


GOVERNOR DECLARES STATE OF EMERGENCY, TRAVEL BAN GOES INTO EFFECT AT MIDNIGHT

Governor Charlie Baker declared a state of emergency in Massachusetts on Monday at noon as a major blizzard
is expected to drop 2-3 feet of snow with high winds. A travel ban will go into effect at midnight Monday night, Baker announced. The MBTA will close after midnight and will have no service on Tuesday.

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