Killingworth Emergency Services
RESOURCES
Steps that you should take before the next disaster
1) Register with CTAlert.gov. We send out numerous messages by “reverse 911” during and after storms. By registering, you can have such messages sent to any number of devices—cell phones, PDAs, email, and more. The system will try to contact you by the means you specify until you acknowledge receipt of a message. If you do not have Internet access, you can register using the Killingworth Library computers. The librarians will help you. The information you provide will never be shared or used for other than emergency notifications.

2) If you have a generator, keep it in working order. Follow the manufacturer’s storage instructions; make sure you have a supply of gas on hand; and know generator safety. Operating a generator indoors or in an attached garage can lead to carbon monoxide poisoning, and plugging a generator into an outlet in your home can backfeed electricity into power lines—a serious hazard for repairmen who may be working on or around those lines.

3) Have at least a three-day supply of nonperishable food, potable water, medications, and other necessities. (See Emergency Prep Guide) And filling your bathtub with water before a power outage really does allow you to flush the toilets.

4) Get a battery-powered or wind-up radio. . Check WPLR (99.1 FM), WTIC (1080 AM, 93.7 FM), and WLIS (1420). Remember that your car has a radio.

5) Keep cell phones and other battery-powered items charged up before an event.

6) If you have special needs that require specialized equipment or attention, tell someone trustworthy beforehand, so that they can check on you and assist you in an emergency.

7) Shelter at home if possible. By taking the precautions listed here, you may be able to remain in your home. If not, call 211 for information on open shelters.

8) If you have an immediate emergency, call 911.
Ambulance Association - www.killingworthems.org
The Killingworth Ambulance Association has a staff of highly trained volunteer emergency medical professionals ready to respond to community medical demands.

Disaster Recovery Center
The FEMA Disaster Recovery Center for Middlesex County is now open at the Department of Police Services, 6 Custom Drive, Old Saybrook. It will be open regularly Monday-Saturday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. If you suffered losses or damages as a result of Hurricane Sandy, you may speak to FEMA staff there about state and federal assistance. Those with damage or losses are encouraged to register with FEMA before visiting the recovery center by either calling 800-621-FEMA (3362), going online at www.DisasterAssistance.gov, or by using any PDA device at m.fema.gov. For those with speech or hearing disabilities, the TTY number is 800-462-7585.

Emergency Management
Donald B. McDougal, Director
Michael A. Boccia, Rodney Leon Buckwalter, Timothy C. Withington (Local Emergency Planning Commissioner)
Region 2 - Department of Emergency management & Homeland Security
Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan DRAFT

CTAlert.gov
Reverse 9-1-1
If you have not already registered with CTAlert.gov, you may do so at the link. This will allow emergency messages concerning Killingworth to be sent to your cell phone, email, or other device.


Fire Commissioners
Francis A. Dooley (D)
Michael J. Butler (R)
Richard Darin (Appt by Fire Co)

The Killingworth volunteer Fire Company, founded in 1946, provides fire, rescue, and haz-mat service to Killingworth. It has mutual aid agreements with fire departments in Chester, Clinton, Deep River, Durham, Haddam, Madison, and North Madison.

333 Route 81, Killingworth, CT 06419
non-emergency (860) 663-1785


Chief Richard Bauer
Deputy Chief Jeremy Adametz
Rescue Captain Ralph Knockwood
Chief Engineer Damon Munz

Medical Facilities
Middlesex Hospital www.middlesexhospital.org
Shoreline Medical Center, Guilford www.ynhh.org
Shoreline Medical Center, Essex www.middlesexhospital.org

Poison Control
For a poison emergency in the U.S. call 1-800-222-1222
Connecticut Poison Control Center

Resident State Trooper
Trooper First Class Matthew Ward
240 Route 81, Killingworth, CT
860-663-1132
FAX: 860-663-3497



Veterinary Clinics - Emergency Care
Pieper Memorial Veterinary Center- 730 Randolph Road, Middletown, CT 06457, (860) 347-8387
New Haven Central Hospital for Veterinary Medicine- 843 State Street , New Haven, CT 06511, (203) 865-0878
Veterinary Emergency Treatment Services (VETS)- 8 Enterprise Lane, Oakdale, CT 06370, (860) 444-8870
Animal Emergency Hospital of Central Connecticut (860) 563-4447 588 Cromwell Ave Rocky Hill, CT 06067
Animal Poison Control Hotline - 1-888-426-4435



Town of Killingworth
323 Route 81, Killingworth, CT 06419
860.663.1765
Contact by Email