Richard H. Fiske, III, Director
The mission of the Department of Emergency Communications is to enhance the quality of life of every person in Worcester by receiving and processing 911 emergency calls and non-emergency calls by dispatching the appropriate emergency responder units in a prompt, efficient, courteous and professional manner, to help save lives, protect property and assist the public. We strive towards making Worcester a safer community in which to live, work and visit.
The Emergency Management Division develops, coordinates and leads the City's Emergency Management Program, enabling effective preparation for, and efficient response to, emergencies and disasters in order to save lives, reduce human suffering and reduce property loss. To accomplish this mission, the Emergency Management Division:
BEVERLY RD FROM HOMER WHEATON TO DARLING IS CLOSED FOR CONSTRUCTION
Posted: Saturday 02/17/18 9:33 AM
Today is the 50th anniversary of the first 9-1-1 call ever placed! The call was placed from Haleyville Alabama at 2pm, February 16, 1968....
Posted: Friday 02/16/18 12:00 PM
Cutler st closed Aetna to Grafton
Posted: Friday 02/16/18 10:27 AM
Cambridge/Kansas closed due to a TT unit that has struck the bridge
Posted: Friday 02/16/18 10:21 AM
NEBRASKA ST FROM MUSKEEGO ST TO ENVELOPE TER CLOSED
Posted: Tuesday 02/13/18 9:52 AM
RT @TweetWorcester: Due to the weather forecast, @WorcesterDPW has declared a Winter Parking Ban that goes into effect Sat, Feb 17 at 7PM.â¦
RT @NWSBoston: If you are heading out tonight, keep in mind snow will quickly move into the region this evening. Could see snowfall rates nâ¦
RT @WorcesterDPW: City of Worcester Declared Parking Ban is in effect as of 7:00 p.m. on Saturday, February 17, 2018. https://t.co/wJEsqyK0â¦
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