Emergency Management

Helping Burlington Before, During and After a Disaster

The Burlington Emergency Management Department provides coordination of resources and services to protect the life and property of Burlington residents in the event of a disaster or crisis. Our goal is two-fold. First, we prepare for a disaster or crisis through documenting procedures, drills and providing public education. In the event of a disaster or crisis, we coordinate with local, state and federal agencies to ensure critical services and resources are available to assist our residents.

Residents With Disabilities - Help us help you!
The Burlington Emergency Management Department has established a database of locations within the town where there are people with disabilities in an effort to improve our response in the event of a disaster or crisis. By letting us know now that there are people with disabilities in a residence, office or other commercial building, that person’s requirements can be planned for in advance of an incident.

Please download the Residents With Disabilities questionnaire form, fill out and mail to the address on the form.

2-1-1 - Dial 2-1-1 on your phone to access the United Way's Community Connection information service.  You'll find a number of public resources like local heating / cooling center locations, what to do in a hurricane and other helpful, informative content.

 

Staff Contacts

Name Title Phone
Ron Roberts Emergency Management Director (860) 882-2379
Bob Slabinski Asst. Emergency Management Director
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