At approximately 6:00 AM on February 16, 2016, Fairfield Police received a report of a violent domestic assault on Mountain Laurel Road in Fairfield, CT. Officers responded and were confronted by a male subject who was shot by police during the encounter. He later died of his injuries. During the initial investigation, officers discovered the male subject’s
WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 1 PM THIS AFTERNOON TO MIDNIGHT TONIGHT (2/15/16)… Source: National Weather Service * LOCATIONS…EASTERN PORTIONS OF PASSAIC AND BERGEN COUNTIES…SOUTHERN WESTCHESTER COUNTY…SOUTHERN COASTAL CONNECTICUT. * HAZARD TYPES…SNOW AND FREEZING RAIN. * ACCUMULATIONS…SNOW ACCUMULATION OF UP TO 1 INCH…ALONG WITH AGLAZE OF ICE. * TIMING…SNOW DEVELOPS LATE THIS MORNING…THEN BRIEFLY
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The Fairfield Police Department would like to congratulate Officer Wells and Officer Kaesmann and officially welcome their K9 Partners, Jagger and Maverick, to the force! Officer Wells and K9 Jagger, along with Officer Kaesmann and K9 Maverick have completed certification training and will officially graduate from the K9 Training Program next week. The Fairfield Police Department
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for the Fairfield area effective from Friday (2/5/16) at 1:00 AM until Friday (2/5/16) at 12:00 PM. Source: U.S. National Weather Service WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY NOW IN EFFECT FROM MIDNIGHT TONIGHT TO NOON EST FRIDAY… * LOCATIONS…SOUTHWEST CONNECTICUT AND NASSAU COUNTY ON WESTERN LONG ISLAND. *
Code Red Message for Storm Jonas January 22, 2016 (Msg 01) Attention: Beach Area Residents This is a message from the Fairfield Emergency Management Team, in Preparation for Storm Jonas. We anticipate some coastal flooding and want to be prepared. A coastal flood watch has been issued for our area by the National Weather Service.
The Senior Center has organized a program called ‘Shoveling for Seniors’ that attempts to match people physically incapable of clearing their sidewalks with young people who can do it for free or for very little. If you run across a senior who needs assistance shoveling, have them call the Senior Center at (203) 256-3166. Julie
This is First Selectman Michael Tetreau with a message from the Fairfield Emergency Management Team, in Preparation for Storm Jonas. You are receiving this message because your neighborhood is prone to flooding. We anticipate some coastal flooding and want to be prepared. A coastal flood watch has been issued for our area by the National Weather Service. We are recommending that vehicles in areas prone to flooding to move their vehicles to higher ground. There is parking available at Veterans Park as well as the Fairprene lot on Mill Plain Rd, across from The Parks and Recreation facility. There are two high tides, 10:28am and 10:57pm. There are indications that the second high tide could be worse and have a greater impact than the first. Please monitor local media in case conditions should change dramatically for the worse. Thank You and Stay Safe!!!
South Benson Boaters,
Whether your boat is stored on land or at the slip, please take every possible precaution in preparation of Blizzard Jonas. Click here for a storm prep checklist. NOAA is predicting abnormally high tides and strong winds with significant snow accumulation.
Stay warm and safe!
Department Of Public Works
Town Of Fairfield
cell & text (203) 362-9321
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First Selectman Mike Tetreau announced today that the Town is preparing for Storm Jonas. Fairfield’s Emergency Management Team has met to discuss the needs of the Town and the Team anticipates that the Storm will affect our community. Discussions included preparations for the Storm, as well as identifying the emergency response from our Public Safety and Town responders.
Fairfield’s Emergency Management Team asks the public to keep vehicles off the roads to keep you safe and to also allow for Public Works crews to clear streets and emergency vehicles and utility crews to gain access to their destinations more easily.
Some power outages are anticipated due to the impending winds associated with this storm. Residents who find themselves without power can contact the United Illuminating Company at 1-800-722-5584 or you can visit UI’s website at www.uinet.com.
There are two high tides that can affect beach area residents. The first is at 10:28 am on Saturday, January 23, 2016 and the second is at 10:57 pm on Saturday night. There are indications that the second high tide could be worse and have a greater impact than the first high tide. Beach area residents are urged to move their vehicles to higher ground and secure loose outdoor items. There is parking available at Veterans Park on Reef Road, as well as at the commuter lot on Mill Plain Rd, across from the Parks and Recreation Department, 75 Mill Plain Road. Please do not park vehicles at the railroad stations as it will impede snowplowing efforts.
Should you lose heat or power, please use alternative heating and generators safely. If you do lose power, consider staying with family and friends or at a hotel, follow manufacturers’ instructions for all heating and power equipment, keep portable heaters three feet from combustible materials, never leave space heaters unattended, keep furnace and dryer exhausts clear of snow, never use a portable generator inside an occupied space or near air intakes, and check that smoke and carbon monoxide detectors are working. Also, keep a first aid kit on hand as well as food, water and necessary medications.
Fairfield’s Emergency Management Team reminds property owners, both residential and business, to remove snow and ice from sidewalks along their property line within 24 hours after the storm and to keep sidewalks clear of snow and ice. Your help and cooperation is needed to ensure that no one is injured either walking on sidewalks that have not been cleared or in the road because sidewalks are impassable. Heavily used sidewalks near schools and public buildings, and in commercial areas are particularly important.
Per Town ordinance, property owners who do not clear their sidewalks may be ticketed by police and invoiced by the Town if the Town clears the sidewalk on the property owner’s behalf. The Town will be enforcing this ordinance. Please note that the property owner, not the Town, is liable if sidewalks are not cleared and someone is hurt. Remember to shovel around fire hydrants and please do not overexert yourself when shoveling.
Please monitor local media in case storm conditions should change dramatically. For storm information and updates call 203-254-4899 or check online at www.fairfieldct.org/storm.
The Emergency Management Team would like to strongly encourage residents and businesses to sign up for CodeRED Alerts on the Town’s website at www.fairfieldct.org/codered.
The Emergency Management Team is working diligently to ensure a smooth transition during and after the storm.
Thank you and please be safe.