January 19, 2022 - Stafford County is monitoring a possible winter storm starting Thursday, January 19, 2022, running from 6:00 am to 11:00 am. Estimates call for expected snowfall will only top out around an inch or two. The storm may impact morning commutes due to road conditions. In the interim, Stafford County asks that residents prepare themselves, their families and homes for a weather emergency.
For updated information, please visit Stafford County’s storm at www.staffordcountyva.gov/emergency. Here you will find operating status, social media links, contacts, alerts, emergency information and provider outage map links. Helpful resources for storm prep tips include www.ready.gov, www.vaemergency.gov, and www.staffordcountyva.gov/emergency.
Citizens may find official Stafford County information through the resources below.
- Stafford Alert at www.staffordcountyva.gov/staffordalert - Sign up and receive phone calls, texts or emails
- Stafford’s website - www.staffordcountyva.gov
- Parks website - www.staffordparks.com
- R-Board website – www.rboard.org
- Courts – www.staffordcountyva.gov/courts
- Facebook - @StaffordCountyGovernment, Twitter - @StaffordVAGov
- TV stations, radio stations and their websites
- Stafford Information - (540) 658-8600
- Sheriff’s Office Non-Emergency Number – (540) 658-4400
Additionally, some questions come up during a winter storm that others can best answer.
- Downed trees? Call VDOT at 1 (800)367-ROAD (1 (800) 367-7623).
- Downed power lines? Call Dominion Energy at 1-866-DOM-HELP, NOVEC at 1(888)335-0500, Northern Neck Electric Cooperative at 1(866) 663-2688 or Rappahannock Electric Co-Op at (540) 898-8500.
- If your cable or internet is out, call Comcast at 1-800-XFINITY (1-800-934-6489), Verizon at 1-800-837-4966, Cox at 1-800-234-3993 and KGI Communications at (540) 709-7070.