The Mayor’s office released a statement on the storm on Sunday at 5:15 p.m.
FRAMINGHAM – Eversource has advised our Emergency Operations Team that power should be restored to the remaining customer this evening.
Framingham’s Emergency Operations Team is preparing for tomorrow’s impeding storm, which is predicted to bring heavy snow during the overnight hours and the potential for hazardous travel conditions.
Residents can stay informed and connect through our online resources:
- City of Framingham’s Facebook: www.facebook.com/CityofFramingham
- City of Framingham’s Twitter: @Framingham_MA
- Sign up for email alerts
Our Emergency Operations Team has a direct line of communication will state, federal, voluntary and private resources during an emergency or disaster.
These dedicated professionals develop plans for an effective response to all hazards, disasters or threats. The City of Framingham’s Emergency Operations Team consists of the Police, Fire, Public Works, Facilities, Schools, Public Health and the Medical Reserve Corp. for a unified response to emergency situations.
“Over the past 96 hours our Emergency Operations Team has done an incredible job of maintaining the safety of our community. We have been in constant contact and collaboration throughout the storm,” said Mayor Yvonne M. Spicer.
“We are consistently monitoring the situation and addressing issues as they arise,” said Framingham Deputy Chief Steven Trask.