Emergency Management

The Beacon Falls Emergency Management Office works to prepare for large-scale emergencies within the community — especially, but not limited to, weather-related emergencies.

The Emergency Operations Center (EOC) can be activated in case of expected, imminent, or current emergency that may involve weather disasters (heavy snowstorms, severe thunderstorms, hurricanes, tornadoes, extreme temperatures, etc.) or other circumstances that threaten the safety of residents due to power outages, adverse road conditions, or other emergency conditions.

When activated, the EOC is based at Beacon Hose because of our emergency vehicles, large generator, radio and communications capabilities, and downtown location. EOC meetings include leadership from the Beacon Falls Board of Selectmen, Beacon Falls Police Department, Beacon Hose, Beacon Falls Public Works, Beacon Falls Senior Center/Town Nurse, and Eversource.

For more information about the Beacon Falls Emergency Management Office, contact Emergency Management Director Jeremy Rodorigo at 203-725-4795 or jerodorigo@beaconfallsct.org.


Beacon Falls utilizes the CodeRED reverse-911 system to notify residents via phone in case urgent messages need to be sent. If you do not receive these messages, or you want to add a phone to the subscription list, click here.

The state of Connecticut also operates an Emergency Notification System via phone for texts and/or calls. To sign up to receive these notifications, click here.

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