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The Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station has been operating since 1972.  Federal, state, and local agencies maintain emergency response programs in place for managing resources and protecting the public in the unlikely event of radiation release or an emergency incident involving the plant's nuclear reactor.  Provided within the OEM links posted, is information regarding emergency preparedness operations, testing of safety and notification equipment, and planning guides for organizations and residents in the 10-mile Emergency Planning Zone.

Call 9-1-1

Call 2-1-1  / Mass211 at

Boston 1030 AM / 98.5 FM    Marshfield  95.9  FM   Plymouth  1390 AM / 99.1 FM

Utilize Massachusetts Alerts to receive emergency notifications and information from the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency and the National Weather Service.~ To learn more about Massachusetts Alerts, and for information on how to download the free app (called Ping4Alerts!) onto your smartphone, visit: MASSACHUSETTS ALERTS

MEMA Twitter: @MassEMA

Call  5-1-1 (mobile/cell only)

MassDOT Twitter: @MassDOT

Getting ready for winter at home is easy. Here are some tips for preparing for our coastal Massachusetts winters:

  • Make a household plan and collect together the items that will be essential to you and your family in an emergency.

  • Make your home more energy efficient, keep dry (protect pipes and know how to turn off the water supply if you need to) and stay connected (keep a battery operated radio and a list of emergency contact numbers on hand).

  •  For local forecast and public safety information, NOAA Weather Radios and our local Emergency Alert System (EAS) radio stations (ex. 95.9-FM WATD & WBZ 1030-AM) will provide you with the information you need in the event of a power outage due to a storm emergency. 

  • Keep mobile phones and lap top computers fully charged, so you will have use of battery power for a short time at least if there is a power failure.

  • If you have medications that you take on a regular basis make sure you have enough supply should you be unable to go to the pharmacist for a few days.

  • Ensure you have access to a shovel and salt or sand, for clearing snow from doorways, paths and driveways.

  • Create an emergency supply kit that contains what you need. (Log on to for more information on desired kit contents).  Include your vehicle kit when completing your winter preparations.

  • Think about what else is important for you and your family to get by during an emergency e.g. baby/child care needs, pet supplies, food supplies and specialty care and medical needs.

  • Prepare to heat your home safely;  for information regarding home heating financial assistance call the Massachusetts Heatline: 1-800-632-8175

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