|Del. David Ramadan (@DavidIRamadan)|
Dear Friends & Neighbors,
The National Weather Service issued a Winter Storm Watch for our area in effect from lateMonday night through Tuesday afternoon. Potential snow and period of sleet expected. Please follow me on Facebook (www.Facebook.com/
In the meantime, here are some resources for your records:
- Call 9-1-1 in a true emergency
- For current road conditions: cal 511 or 511Virginia.org
- Report road problems: 1-800-FOR-ROADS (367-7623)
- For statewide info: www.VAemergency.gov
- 2-1-1 Virginia is serving as the public inquiry number for Virginia residents.
- #77 on a cell phone to report a traffic crash or traffic emergency
- Loudoun County Sheriff non-emergency number: 703-777-1021
- Prince William County Police non-emergency number: 703-792-6500
Report Power Outages:
- Dominion Power: 1-866-DOM-HELP (366-4357) or www.dom.com
- NOVEC: 1-888-335-0500
- PEPCO: 1-877-PEPCO-62 (737-2662) or www.pepco.com
Some Safety Tips:
- Visit www.ReadyVirginia.gov
- Use flashlights for emergency lighting instead of candles.
- Unplug electrical equipment until a steady power supply returns.
- Practice proper generator and surface heater safety.
- Leave one light turned on so you know when power is restored.
- Eliminate unnecessary travel, especially by car. Traffic signals will stop working during an outage, creating traffic congestion. If you come upon a non-working traffic signal, treat each traffic light as a four-way stop, with the driver on the right having the right-of-way. Proceed with caution only when traffic permits and enter intersections only when it is safe to do so, using your turn signals to let other motorists know your intentions.
- If traffic lights are on flash, treat a flashing red as a stop (treat it like a stop sign). For flashing yellow, proceed with caution.
Please do not hesitate to call me if I can be of service to you during or after the storm. You can reach me via telephone 703 348 7015 or email:info@DavidRamadan.com. Again, please follow me on Facebook (www.Facebook.com/
Member, House of Delegates
|LCPS News (@LCPSOfficial)|
Loudoun County Public Schools are closed tomorrow, December 9 due to the weather. Administrative offices will open at noon.