Need information about a weather event?

Call the Citizen’s Services Customer Assistance hotline at 203-977-4140 during normal business hours, with questions. After hours, call the Police Dept non-emergency number at 203-977-4444.  Citizen’s Services handles calls regarding issues with plowing, potholes, downed trees, and other operational issues.  Emergencies, including downed wires, should be reported directly to 9-1-1.  Call the City of Stamford Emergency Hotline at 203-977-8840 for recorded emergency information, and stay tuned to local media for weather reports and warnings.

Snow Emergency Alternate Side Parking Vehicle Recovery
CT Alerts City Plowing Removal of Ice and Snow
Snow in the Street Snow on Vehicles Warming Centers
Safety Guidelines Contact Information


For information regarding places to get warm:

Warming Centers: City of Stamford Cold weather community partners 2017-2018

These community centers are available to residents who are searching for a warm place during the winter.

All are open daytime hours as listed, except Inspirica, which is open overnight.

Residents are urged to check with 2-1-1 during times of severe weather,

as some community centers may have to close due to conditions or inability to staff.

Stamford Downtown area:

Stamford Government Center lobby
888 Washington Blvd
Daily until 9 p.m.

Stamford YMCA
10 Bell Street
Mon-Fri  (9am – 6pm)
Sat   (8am – 5pm)
Sun  (11am – 4pm)

Building One Community
75 Selleck Street
Mon-Sat  (7:30am – 7:30pm)
Sun  (8am – 6pm)

Chester Addison
245 Selleck Street,
Mon-Fri   (9am – 6pm)

Faith Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church
29 Grove Street
Mon-Thurs  (9am – 5pm)

Glenbrook Community Center
35 Crescent Street,
Mon-Fri  (9am – 5pm)

8 Woodland Place
Overnight emergency shelter

Jewish Community Center

1035 Newfield Avenue
Mon-Thurs  (5:30am – 10pm)
Fri   (5:30am – 6pm)
Sat & Sun  (7:30am – 6pm)

Union Baptist Church
805 Newfield Avenue
Wed & Thurs (9am – 6pm)
Fri   (9am – 2pm)
Sat (9am – 11am)

For additional information:
(203) 977-5089 or