In case of Emergency Dial 9-1-1
Emergency Services is an important function of Town Government. This reference guide highlights many of the agencies who would be directly involved during a true emergency, but, it is by no means an exhaustive list.
HEAP Provides energy assistance to families with low incomes by issuing regular and emergency grants to dealers for fuel for heating and utility related costs.
Links to services available and provided by New York State
Every household should have an emergency kit that contains enough supplies for at least three days, try to pack these items in bags that can be easily carried in case relocation is necessary.
R.U.OK? is our local effort to ensure Wilton residents are safe and obtain needed services in the event of an emergency, such as a large-scale power outage. It is neighbors helping neighbors. Town Volunteers will check on registered residents to ensure they are safe and secure. When assistance is needed, appropriate emergency response crews will be notified and given relevant information pertaining to the needs of the individual.
The Section 8 program is a national initiative for the federal government and the purpose of such is to assist very low income households afford private rental units/homes that are decent, safe and affordable.
Information on services available for Seniors in the Town of Wilton, NY, including the Lillian Worth Senior Center as well as information on housing, transportation and employment.
The Town of Wilton Water & Sewer Authority (WWSA) is a public benefit Corporation established in 1991. The Authority consists of five members, who were originally appointed by the Town Board of Wilton. The Town of Wilton’s accountability for the Authority does not extend beyond making appointments. The WWSA leases office space from the Town of Wilton at 20 Traver Road in the Town Hall Annex but is not a branch of the Town of Wilton’s governing body