Put together an emergency kit including items such as a radio, flashlight, batteries, blankets, heavy coats, water, non-perishable food, can opener and a first aid kit.
Keep faucets dripping to prevent water pipes from freezing and know how to shut off water if a pipe bursts.
Call and check up on neighbors and family members. Older adults and young children are more at risk in extreme cold.
Bring pets inside, make sure livestock have sheltered areas and access to drinking water
Sign up to receive emergency alerts via Be Informed Stillwater.
Follow the City of Stillwater on Facebook and Twitter for City updates
Follow Stillwater Emergency Management’s Facebook and Twitter pages for weather updates and warnings
Stay off roads if at all possible. If you must travel, drive slowly and use extra caution when driving over bridges and overpasses.
Roads will be cleared according to the City’s Snow & Ice Removal Plan
If roads are hazardous, emergency service response times may be delayed
Limit your time outside. If you must go outside, then wear layers of warm clothing.
Falling into freezing water can be deadly. Do not walk on lakes or ponds, even if they look frozen.
Watch for signs of frostbite and hypothermia and begin treatment right away.
If the power goes out, temperatures can drop significantly.
Use rolled towels to close drafts under doors and windows.
Close doors to unused rooms
Avoid carbon monoxide poisoning. Only use generators and grills outdoors and away from windows. Never heat your home with a gas stovetop or oven.
How to prepare for Winter Storms & Extreme Cold
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