Emergency Preparedness

Here residents will find information about planning for emergency situations, including specific guidance from federal and local agencies.  
This page will be updated during a town emergency, to provide up-to-date information for residents.


Current Flooding Notifications:

New York State Homes and Community Renewal will make available up to $15 million in state funding for homeowners along Lake Ontario in the aftermath of the severe flooding in the region. The new investment program will provide up to $50,000 for homeowners to support repairs to and restoration of structures, equipment, and other physical damage.

Program Guidelines:

http://www.nyshcr.org/Programs/NYS-Flood/LakeOntario-StLawrenceSeaway-FloodRelief-RecoveryGrant-Program.pdf

TO APPLY:

Homeowners seeking assistance are encouraged to contact the not-for-profit organizations that have already expressed interest in serving as program participants to determine eligibility and ask questions about the program. Those organizations are listed below, along with their contact information and the areas they serve.

Cayuga, Monroe and Wayne Counties:

Sheen Housing

https://sheenhousing.org/

sheen2@rochester.rr.com

585-657-4114


From Rochester Gas & Electric:

If flooding of a home or business has already occurred or is about to occur, customers should contact their utility companies to have electricity and natural gas service turned off.

Electric Emergencies: 1-800-743-1701
Gas Emergencies: 1-800-743-1702 or 911
Customer Service Inquiries: 1-800-743-2110