Emergency Information

Stay Informed + Be Prepared:  Emergency communication is a vital part of disaster preparedness. Have a plan on how to communicate with Public Safety officials and your loved ones about your location and safety. 

Police Emergency 911
Fire & Rescue Emergency 911
Emergency Management Director, Carmine Centrella 860-982-9326 / carminecentrella90@gmail.com
Fire Warden, Sean Peters 802-528-9870 / 802-399-9411
Grand Isle County Sheriff’s Office 802-372-4482
Vermont State Police (St. Albans) 802-524-5993
U.S. Coast Guard Search & Rescue 802-864-6791
Vermont Poison Control Center 802-847-3456
Vermont Emergency Management 802-347-0488
Vermont Statewide Domestic Abuse 802-228-7395
Voices Against Violence 802-524-6575

Emergency Shelter:  When the unexpected happens, people can turn to emergency shelters for a place to stay. Isle La Motte maintains an emergency shelter at the Town Offices on School Street, and there is a Red Cross Regional Emergency Shelter at the North Hero School on US Rte. 2 in North Hero.

Lake Water Conditions:  Information on lake conditions is provided by a network of volunteers trained and coordinated by the Lake Champlain Committee and by scientists from the Vermont departments of Health and Environmental Conservation.

Current Cyanobacteria Conditions

VT-Alert:  The State of Vermont maintains a database of subscribers that wish to be notified in an emergency.  Isle La Motte now has the capability to generate its own Alert messages without relying on VT Emergency Management.  This exciting new feature allows for messages that are tailored specifically for Isle La Motte.  As Town leaders continue to enhance emergency preparedness efforts, this is a valuable opportunity for both residents and visitors of Isle LaMotte.

To receive public safety messages, individuals must either sign up for VT Alert or have their phone numbers registered in the E-911 system. If you already have a VT Alert account, there is no need to take any action. You will continue to receive State VT Alert messages and will now also receive messages generated through the Isle LaMotte emergency preparedness program.

If you have not yet signed up for VT Alert, please click here to be redirected to register for Alert messages specifically for Isle LaMotte, Grand Isle County, and a number of other towns. You can also choose to receive specific types of Alert messages, such as VT Alert State messages for weather, flooding, public health alerts, and more.

Vermont 211:  Vermont 211 is a free, confidential information and referral program of the United Ways of Vermont, helping to connect Vermonters with a wide range of community, health, and human resources and services.  Available by calling 2-1-1 or online at vermont211.org.

New England 511:  In partnership with the other northern New England states, the New England 511 website provides real-time road and weather conditions, links to live cameras, construction alerts, traffic warnings, and more.

VT Individual & Family Preparedness:  The most effective way of avoiding injury during a disaster is to prepare for anything.  Visit  https://vem.vermont.gov/preparedness/family  for some tips to prepare for and stay safe during a natural disaster or other events.

CARES:  Enroll in the Citizen Assistance Registry for Emergencies if you have a disability or special circumstance that may cause you to need help in an emergency. The CARES registry will be used by emergency responders to identity Vermonters who might need special assistance in a wide-scale event.