To help you keep track of all this information, Mansfield-Storrs Patch has compiled them all into a neat list that you can use as your blizzard reference library:
Patch's Poll: Was Your Street Plowed Within a Reasonable Time Frame?
SHOW US: How Much Snow Did You Get?
MAP: How Much Snow Has Fallen in Mansfield?
Patch's Poll: What's Your Snow Removal Method?
Report: Private Plowers Charging Exorbitant Rates
10 Tips for Clearing Snow Off Your Roof
Freezing Rain Could Slicken Monday Morning Commute
- The Office of Governor Dannel P. Malloy is asking all nonessential state employees to stay home on Monday as the clean up effort continues. However, evening and midnight shift employees should report to work as normal on Monday.
Help From Federal Government on the Way
Star Hill Bubble Collapses from Heavy Snow
Blizzard Forces E.O. Smith to Reschedule 'How to Succeed in Business' Production
Winter Storm Damage to Home and Cars: What Policyholders Need to Know
CT Catholic Church: Safety Comes First Before Mass Attendance
Malloy Says Snow Cleanup Will Take a 'Number of Days'
CT Department of Construction Warns Homeowners About Damaging Snow Accumulations
Mansfield Issues Storm Preparedness Guide
Happenings Down The Hill: Forum on Immigration at Eastern Postponed to Feb. 24
Happenings Down The Hill: Willimantic Chocolate Festival Acitivities All Postponed One Week to the Day
Happenings Down The Hill: Cupid Shuffle Two Mile Road Road Race in Willimantic Postponed a Week
Don’t Get Caught Unprepared for a Weather Emergency
Happenings Down The Hill: Feb. 9 Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser in Windham Postponed
Winter Storm Safety Stories:
Mansfield Offers Generator Safety Tips
Winter Storm Safety for Your Pets
Carbon Monoxide Dangers Can Arise in Deep Snow
State Informational Pages: