Emergency & Risk Management
About the Office
Located at the Town Hall, the Office of Emergency Management is responsible for the review of and adjustments to the Town Emergency Plan as filed with the State Office of Emergency Management. The Emergency Management Director receives and disseminates information from the State Office of Emergency Management concerning impending emergencies, such as severe weather, terrorism alerts, and other situations that may affect the Town of Ellington and its citizens. The Town's Safety and Health Committee is overseen by this Office, as well.
Emergency Action Plans (EAP) for Town Buildings
- Town Hall, 55 Main Street
- Town Hall Annex, 57 Main Street
- Senior Center, 40 Maple Street
- Recreation/Human Services, 31 Arbor Way
- Police, 33 Arbor Way
- Animal Control, 21 Main Street
- Department of Public Works, 21 Main Street
- Hall Memorial Library, 93 Main Street
Emergency Management Advisory Council
2024 EMAC Meeting Schedule
Mr. Lee also serves as the Town of Ellington's Municipal Veteran Representative. Please contact Mr. Lee if you have any questions or need assistance. This page has been set up with various resources, opportunities and other support items.
Community Emergency Response Team
Volunteers are wanted for the Community Emergency Response Team. View the Wanted Brochure (PDF) for more information.
- 2-1-1 Severe Cold Weather Tips and Resources
- Connecticut Division of Emergency Management and Homeland Security
- National Weather Service
Eversource Safety Tips
Please review these safety tips from Eversource
- Protect Yourself From Scams
- Call before you dig
- Electric Safety Tips
- Gas Safety Tips
- Carbon monoxide poisoning
- Safety Videos
Connecticut Terrorism Tips Hotline
Call 866-HLS-TIPS (866-457-8477) to report a tip or view the Terrorism Tips Poster for more information.
Disaster Preparedness for Home & Community
Recent natural disasters has led the Capitol Region of Governments of Connecticut to create a website designed to educate people how to be aware, plan, and prepare for natural and man-made disasters. This website can help you learn about hazards that threaten our community, help you make plans to reunite, communicate, take shelter or evacuate with your family in the event of a disaster, or learn how to assemble and store an emergency kit.