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General Information

  • Dial 911 to report a life-threatening situation or other emergency.
  • Sign up for VT-ALERT to get real-time alerts and notices for your health and safety.
  • For general help, resources, or support - call 211, text your zip code to 211, or visit VT 211's website.
  • Check road conditions and closures at Vermont 511.
  • Track river forecasts and levels from the National Weather Service.
  • Access flood safety information in up to 16 languages from the VT Language Justice Project.
  • Register at to volunteer with flood recovery efforts.

Other State Agency Resources and Flood Recovery Websites

  • Vermont Resources Navigator an interactive tool to help Vermonters identify ongoing resources (programs and funding) that they may be able to access.  
  • Vermont Flood Resources – State of Vermont’s initial stop for flood resources, assistance, and referrals.
  • Emergency Management – Vermont Emergency Management’s flood resources for individual assistance, individual recovery, business recovery, donations, and more.
  • Translated Recovery Materials – Vermont Emergency Management’s flood recovery materials in multiple languages, including information on water recreation, debris disposal, food safety, and more.
  • Health Information – Vermont Department of Health’s resources on what do before, during, and after a flood, including information on mold, drinking water test kits, food safety, and more.
  • Business Information – Vermont Agency of Commerce and Community Development’s flood resources and support for businesses and manufactured homes.
  • Agricultural Information – Vermont Agency of Agriculture Food and Markets’ flood resources for farmers, including information on soil testing, reporting losses, and more.
  • Act 250 Information – Vermont Natural Resources Board’s flood resources including information on land use permit conditions and Act 250 permitting requirements.
  • Mental Health Support – Vermont Department of Mental Health’s flood resources including information on the SAMHSA Disaster Distress Helpline, 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline, and more.
  • Flood Ready VT – State of Vermont’s flood resources and support for individuals, families, administrative officers, and town officials.
  • Library Information – Vermont Department of Libraries’ flood mitigation resources.
  • Cities and Towns Support – Vermont League of Cities & Towns’ flood recovery resources, including information on FEMA Public Assistance, State of Emergency Legal FAQs, and more.
  • FEMA Public Assistance for Towns – FEMA’s assistance for government and private non-profits after a disaster, including information on eligibility and getting started.
  • National Weather Service - Burlington – National Weather Service’s forecast information for all counties except for Bennington and Windham.
  • National Weather Service - Albany – National Weather Service’s forecast information for Bennington and Windham counties.
  • EPA Flood Resources – EPA’s resources on what do before, during, and after a flood, including information on septic systems, drinking water, mold, debris, and more.
  • CDC Flood Recovery Resources – CDC’s resources on floodwater after a disaster or emergency.