Update (11:45 pm):
The storm cells have passed and the waters are receding, the shelter-in-place order has been lifted. If you need to drive, please exercise caution and do not attempt to pass through any road closures. Additionally, the shelter located at the Middle School is no longer in operation. Hoppin Hill, between Oak Knoll and Allen Ave, will remain closed until further notice. Your safety is of utmost importance, so please stay tuned for any updates. We appreciate your cooperation.
Due to the widespread flooding in our area, we urge you to stay off the roads and shelter in place for your safety. Floodwaters can be unpredictable and treacherous, hiding hidden dangers beneath the surface.
To report non-emergency weather related incidents, please call 508-699-6323. As always, call 911 for emergencies.
Prioritize safety: Always adhere to barricades in flooded areas.
North Attleboro has opened an emergency shelter for residents in need. If you need shelter services due to flooding, loss of power or a sewage back up in your home, go directly to the North Attleboro Middle School Gymnasium located at 564 Landry Avenue. If you require transportation to the shelter, call 508-699-6323 and the town will dispatch a vehicle to you.