The town will continue to distribute drinking water to residents on Kristine Lilly Way across from the tennis courts from 6:00 am until 9:00 pm for the next few days for those in need. If you are in need of drinking water please come to the site and follow directions in an orderly and patient manner.
The town continues to work closely with our CL&P representatives to address the major response as we begin to transition to power restoration. Today, CL&P notified the town that additional work crews will begin arriving to assist those already working in town. Crews will continue to work 16 hour days as they clear the remaining roadways of trees and downed power lines and restore power to residents.
To report downed power lines residents should call the CL&P Reporting Hot Line, 800-286-2000. You will receive a prerecorded message and then instructions on how to leave the appropriate information so that you will be placed on their repair list.
Additionally, the Wilton YMCA, Wilton Library, Comstock Community Center, Trackside Teen Center and St. Matthews Episcopalian Church and Wilton Presbyterian Church, located at 36 New Canaan Road are all open to assist residents with power supply and shower facilities at the Y.
To contact Wilton’s Hurricane Information Hot Line, you may call 203-663-2703 at anytime.
-Wilton Police Department
Editor's note: If you call CL&P and have your CL&P account number ready, you should be able to get an estimate of when the power will be turned on for your residence.