RIDGEFIELD, Conn. - The Ridgefield Emergency Operations Center has said it is fully prepared to assist residents during the blizzard.
"We are told to expect yet another historic confluence of storm elements coming together," a statement from First Selectman Rudy Marconi said. "This blizzard is expected to produce white-out conditions with high winds that have the potential to cause power outages and driving challenges."
The following is an update from the town as of 11 a.m.:
- State highways are subject to closure as early as of noon today per Gov. Dannel Malloy’s instruction. Residents are asked to stay off all roads and shelter in place throughout the duration of the blizzard.
- All town business buildings, as well as the Parks & Recreation Department closed today at 11 am.
- If you have a cell phone, confirm that you will receive town emergency Everbridge notices by logging onto www.ctalert.gov or follow directions on www.ridgefieldct.org to update your profile information.
As always, please call 911 in an emergency. All town highway and emergency operations personnel are standing by.
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