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AUGUST 4, 2015 STORM FORMS & LOAN PROGRAMS

2015 Damage Assessment Form  for storm from August 4, 2015

Please complete a form if you have had any damage and return to the Central RI Chamber at 732-1107 (fax) or scan and email

Chamber Member Loan Programs that may be available for you.

Home Loan Investment Bank - offers a no equity no problem loan 

 

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Preparing For The Unexpected, Here's How... 

Click for
Hurricane Season Links
June1 - November 30

 Click For 
Statewide Emergency Contacts

 

"Preparing Makes Sense. Get Ready Now."
Prepare, Plan, Stay Informed

 

 

View and print a copy of the brochure you would like from the list below. 

 
Download a PDF or call 1-800-BE-READY 

ReadyBusiness Brochure - Plan - Plan to Stay in Business 

Ready America   Brochure - Plan - Special Information for Seniors Disabled & Special Needs  - Pets

Ready Kids    Brochure - Plan 

 Think you're ready?  
Get a sense by using this

 Business Exercise

 

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What you can do to prepare (pdf file)

 

Red Cross Urges Residents to be ready

Know When and How to Turn Off the Utilities

Emergency Shelters 

 Would You Like to Volunteer 
Before, During or After an Emergency?
-- Applications Being Accepted --
You Can Make A Difference

 
Complete An Application

For more information about the SBA's Disaster Loan Programs visit our website at www.sba.gov/disaster

Disaster Response & Recovery

General Information - Saving Family Treasures - Salvage Procedures

"A pro-active rather than re-active approach to disaster preparation is the best means of mitigating damage from natural disasters or other forms of destruction.

However, despite systematic planning efforts, when emergencies do occur — whether they are small scale or catastrophic — they can be overwhelming. Information in this section provides information and guidance on recovering various types of record materials.

Please be Aware

  • Always put health and human safety first before trying to save important collections, papers, books, or photographs.
  • Make sure the area has been declared safe to enter by the appropriate authorities."

                 ---The National Archives 

 

  STEPS TAKEN NOW, 
SAVE LIVES LATER...

Hurricane Season 
June1 - November 30


 Links:  Basics  -  History  -  Storm Surge  -  Marine Safety  -  High Winds  -  Tornadoes  -  Inland Flooding  -  Forecast Process
 -  Be Prepared  -  Take Action

 Hurricane Isabel

Photo taken September 9, 2003  
NOAA Satellite Image

 – Evacuating Before the Hurricane  
 – Rhode Island Evacuation Maps   
 -- Tips to make a Disaster-Supply Kit
-- Home Emergency and Disaster Safety
 -- Supplies Needed to Weather the Storm (includes checklist)
 -- Family Disaster Plan
 -- Securing Your Home or Business
 -- Enroll in Rhode Island Special Needs Emergency Registry
--How to Stay Informed during a hurricane

 

Taking the lead in property loss reduction.™

  LINKS OF INTEREST:
     - Hurricane Awareness   
     - Advance Check List To Prepare
     - National Hurricane Center    
     - Tropical Update 
     - NOAA
     - National Weather Service Forecast Eastern Zone

 

 

Are you ready?  
Guide to Citizen Preparedness

STATEWIDE EMERGENCY CONTACTS

Barrington 247-1900 
Burrillville 568-4440 
Bristol 253-6912 
Central Falls 727-7444 
Charlestown 364-1212 
Coventry 821-3456 
Cranston 780-2211 
Cumberland 333-2500 
East Greenwich 886-8632 
E Providence 435-7600 
Exeter 397-7688 
Foster 397-3317 
 

Narragansett 789-1044 
Newport 847-2695 
No Kingstown 294-3316 
No Providence 231-1333
No Smithfield 767-2206 
New Shoreham 466-3220 
Pawtucket 727-9100 
Portsmouth 683-0300 
Providence 243-6398 
Richmond 539-8289 
Smithfield 233-1033 
Scituate 647-3000
 
So Kingstown 783-3321

Glocester 568-2533 
Hopkinton 377-2100 
Jamestown 423-7277 
Johnston 231-8100 
Lincoln 333-1111 
Little Compton 635-2311
Middletown 846-1144 

Tiverton 624-8108 
Warren 245-7340 
Warwick 738-2000 
Westerly 596-2027 
W Greenwich 397-3388 
West Warwick 822-9267 
Woonsocket 766-1212

 

For WARWICK Businesses & Residents

The City of Warwick has instituted a new rapid emergency notification service called CodeRED®.  The new system will distribute emergency messages via telephone to targeted areas or the entire City of Warwick at a rate of 1,000 calls per minute.

CodeRED® employs a one-of-a-kind Internet mapping capability for geographic targeting of calls, coupled with a high speed telephone calling system capable of delivering customized pre-recorded emergency messages directly to homes and businesses, live individuals and answering machines.

By registering, you'll be added to the emergency call list.  CLICK HERE to register

 

  
 

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