GLOUCESTER — Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken and Fire Chief/Emergency Management Director Eric Smith announce that the City of Gloucester has begun collecting reports on coastal storm damage caused by Winter Storm Riley earlier this month.
Gloucester Emergency Alert Snow Emergency/Parking Ban Declared Tonight Mon. 10PM (3/12) to Weds. 6AM (3/14) City Offices & Schools Closed Tues. (3/13) WEATHER EMERGENCY UPDATE Massachusetts will be impacted by a significant storm tonight into Tuesday evening with the potential for blizzard-like conditions and snowfall rates of 1-3” per hour. This storm could bring significant snowfall and strong coastal high winds with potential […]
Baker-Polito Administration to Open Resource Recovery Centers for Coastal Storm Survivors BOSTON – The Baker-Polito Administration today announced Resource Recovery Centers will open later this week in Quincy and Marshfield and will provide enhanced services and programs to meet the needs of homeowners, tenants and others who were impacted by last week’s coastal storm. Disaster survivors […]
(Issued 3/3/2018 9 AM) Moderate to major coastal flooding is expected across today’s (3/3/2018) midday high tide (12:05 PM) with shore roads and low lying areas expected to be closed. Please avoid travel in any area prone to flooding and prepare accordingly. Any home or business that was previously affected by recent storms and flooding should […]