FOR EMERGENCIES, CALL 911

General public

In non-emergency situations call 211 (www.211nh.org). See the New Hampshire Homeland Security and Emergency Management (nh.gov/readynh) for more storm related-information.

Local officials

We strongly recommend keeping a hard-copy of this information so it is accessible if you are unable to access the web during a storm event. Remember: as part of your community’s emergency response plan, the local emergency management director should have an established line of command and a clear communications system.

Relevant Contact Information

ReadyNH.gov
New Hampshire’s Homeland Security and Emergency Management: www.nh.gov/safety/divisions/hsem | (603) 271-2231 or toll free at (800) 852-3792
New Hampshire Department of Transportation: www.nh.gov/dot (603) 271-3734
New Hampshire Traveler Information: www.nh.gov/dot/traveler | 511 (from any cell)
National Weather Service Forecast Office (Portland): www.erh.noaa.gov/er/gyx | 207-688-3210 or 603-225-5191 (for recorded weather)
New Hampshire Disaster Animal Response Team: newhampshiredart.org | 603-518-449
New Hampshire Governor’s Office: www.governor.nh.gov | (603) 271-2121
New Hampshire Attorney General: doj.nh.gov | 603-271-3658 or 1-800-735-2964 (in N.H.)
New Hampshire Department of Environmental Servicesdes.nh.gov/organization/commissioner/pip/storm | (603) 271-3503
New Hampshire Department of Fish and Game: www.wildlife.state.nh.us | (603) 271-3211
US Coast Guard: www.uscg.mil/D1 | (757) 398-6390 (marine search and rescue)
National Grid: www.nationalgridus.com/granitestate/storm/storm_outage.asp | 1-800-322-3223
NSTAR: www.nstaronline.com/residential | (800) 592-2000

If you have a special receiver capable of receiving NOAA weather broadcasts, find your location frequency at www.nws.noaa.gov/nwr/Maps/PHP/newhampshire.php?CSort=WF#County

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