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January 22
Wake Declares State of Emergency

The Wake County Board of Commissioners proclaimed a State of Emergency, effective at 7 a.m. TODAY, Friday, January 22, 2016, in response to the winter storm. The declaration includes all of the municipalities in Wake County and establishes the authority for inter-municipal and inter-county mutual aid.

At this time, the Wake County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) will remain at level three. This means that equipment and personnel are responding and the EOC is staffed on a continual basis. This staffing includes a call center that is available to handle non-emergency calls in English and Spanish. The call center phone number is 919-856-7044. People should call 9-1-1 in an emergency.

People interested in receiving the latest updates on emergencies in Wake County can sign up to receive ReadyWake! Tweets at www.Twitter.com/ReadyWake. For information on staying safe during severe weather and how to stay safe after storms, visit ReadyWake at readywake.com.

The County's website, www.wakegov.com, has a list of closings, delays and cancellations for Wake County locations.





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