Virginia Governor Declares State of Emergency for Tropic Storm Florence

| September 9, 2018 | 0 Comments | News

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Submitted by Del. Tim Hugo of 40th District of Virginia 

A state of emergency has been declared by the Governor due to the potential impacts our area could face by Tropical Storm Florence beginning this week.

A state of emergency allows the Commonwealth to mobilize resources, including the Virginia National Guard, and pre-position people and equipment to assist in storm response and recovery efforts.

While the track of Tropical Storm Florence is still uncertain, it appears increasingly likely that Virginia may see significant impacts from this storm next week. Impacts include possible flooding, high winds, and potential storm surge.

Here are several links that could be useful in the event we do experience a significant storm.

Power Outages

NOVEC(703) 335-0500, and their outage map can be found HERE.
Dominion: (866) 366-4357, and their outage map can be found HERE.

Non-Emergency County Resources

Fairfax County: (703) 691-2131

Prince William County: (703) 792-6500

For helpful preparation tips, visit the Virginia Department of Emergency Management.

For updates on Tropical Storm Florence, follow the National Hurricane Center on Twitter.

For more information, check out this story from WJLA.

As always, if I can be of assistance to you, please do not hesitate to contact me at (703) 815-1201, or by email at



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