Garrett County Cold Weather Emergency Contact Information Released
The Garrett County Health Department in cooperation with Garrett County Emergency Management warns that extreme cold weather will continue over the next several days and into next week with single digits and below zero temperatures expected.
There is always a concern for seniors, children, homeless persons, and animals. Anyone engaging in outdoor activities (especially children) should be carefully monitored for frostbite and hypothermia.
Neighbors should check on elderly neighbors and others who live alone. All pets/animals should have warm shelter or be brought indoors.
Persons needing emergency fuel assistance can call Community Action at 301-334-9431 (after hours, call 301-334-1926)
Persons needing emergency shelter, call Department of Human Services at 301-533-3000
For assistance with pets or stray animals, call Garrett County Animal Shelter at 301-334-3553
Not sure who to call? Citizens may call the Garrett County Public Safety/Emergency Management non-emergency line at 301-334-1929 for assistance/animals should have warm shelter or be brought indoors.
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