Fri May 24
Sat May 25
|Cate Lineberry – The Secret Rescue|
Sat May 25
|NCPS Reading: John Amen, Jessie Carty, and Maria Rouphail|
Sun May 26
Mon May 27
4:00PM - 5:00PM
|Bocce - Mixed Play|
Tue May 28
Wed May 29
12:30PM - 4:30PM
Wed May 29
7:00PM - 8:00PM
Thu May 30
10:00AM - 11:00AM
|Living Life to the Fullest with Arthritis|
Thu May 30
1:30PM - 3:00PM
|Clyde Edgerton – Papadaddy’s Book for New Fathers|
Sat Jun 1
|Jeffrey Arnett – When Will My Grown Up Kid Grow Up|
Sat Jun 1
|Molly Weston’s The Inappropriate Book Tour: Brad Parks, Nancy Martin, and Deborah Coonts|
Sun Jun 2
|Fearrington Cares Movement Class|
Tue Jun 4
11:00AM - 12:00PM
Wed Jun 5
12:30PM - 2:00PM
You can access additional emergency phone numbers and other contact information by clicking here.
The Fearrington Homeowners Association also has available a guide for emergency preparations. You can see the guide as a web page, download it to save on your computer. or print it out by going to this page:
Voluntary Emergency Information Forms for Residents
An important part of emergency preparedness involves being sure that first responders can have quick access to specifically relevant up-to-date and accurate information about the needs and capabilities of residents during emergency conditions. The following voluntary forms will help to ensure that such information will be there when and if it is needed in an emergency.
IMPORTANT: If there have been recent changes in your household regarding needs and capabilities of any resident(s), be sure to complete and turn in a new form so the content will be up to date!
Voluntary Emergency Information Registration (Used to register needs and capabilities of residents during emergency conditions. Fill in Online.)
Voluntary Emergency Information Registration (Used to register needs and capabilities of residents during emergency conditions. Print and fill in by hand.)
File of Life Card (Used to update the medical information card in the red "File of Life" folder. Fill in by typing on the web page, then print.)
File of Life Card (Used to update the medical information card in the red "File of Life" folder. Print and fill in by hand.)
Important Links to Hurricane Preparedness Information
Dangerous Weather Alerts
Get Alerts About Dangerous & Severe Weather Conditions for Your Own Street
For weather-related alerts and warnings specifically for your own street, WRAL-TV's WEATHER CALL, based on doppler radar reports, references conditions in your own immediate neighborhood. This popular fee-based subscription weather alert service costs $8.00/year. You can subscribe by using this link.
Chatham County advises residents and businesses to rely on weather alert radios tuned to the National Weather Service (NWS) frequencies (providing alerts by counties), weather coverage on commercial radio and television news and weather programs, and on phone, email, or text messaging weather alert services (such as the WRAL service described above) or free zip code-related services such as offered by The Weather Channel.
Our Designated Evacuation Center & Chatham County's CODE RED/Reverse 911 Emergency Notification System
Northwood High School is our main evacuation shelter. The school is located 5 miles south on the right side of 15/501, just before the west bound entrance of 64 west.
If the Northwood High School Shelter is ACTIVATED by the Chatham County OEM Coordinator, notification to the public will be made well in advance on ALL the major TV stations.
Chatham County Emergency Management Services maintains an effective, secure high-speed emergecy telephone notification system for notifying County residents of emergencies or disaster information, such as evacuation notices, boil water notices, bio-terriorism events, etc. This system automatically subscribes land-line phones, except for unlisted numbers and anyone who acquired a new phone number within the past three months. VISIT THIS SITE to read all about such aspects as:
CHECKLIST FOR HURRICANE /ICE AND SNOW STORMS