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Wyoming County Office of Emergency Management

Wyoming County Office of Emergency Management

Press release for Sunday, March 29th. Thank you to the community and area businesses for all your support. As this event continues, the need for assistance will remain. Please contact the Emegrency Operations Center at [email protected]

Wyoming County Sheriff's Office

Wyoming County Sheriff's Office

Supplies Needed!

Here is some updated information and resources for businesses related to the Governor's executive order
Covid-19 Resources

Here is some updated information and resources for businesses related to the Governor's executive order

Governor Cuomo on 3/19/20 issued an executive order that directs non-essential businesses to implement work-from-home policies effective Friday, March 20. Businesses that rely on in-office personnel must decrease their in-office workforce by 50 percent: https://www.governor.ny.gov/news/no-2026-con...

Wyoming County Office of Emergency Management

A message from the Wyoming County Health Department regarding the confirmed case of COVID-19

This is a message from the Wyoming County Health Department regarding today's confirmed COVID-19 class:

On March 17th, the first case of COVID-19 was confirmed in Wyoming County from a resident in the Northwest part of the County. The individual is in under mandatory quarantine, recovering at home.

Health department personnel are already at work identifying the close contacts of this individual and to place those close contacts in mandatory quarantine to monitor for symptoms, including fever over 100.4, cough and breathing difficulties.
There are additional test results pending over the coming days, and updates will be released as additional information becomes available.

In the meantime, if you are experiencing symptoms and have travel history or an exposure to a confirmed case, contact your healthcare provider. Please, do not go to the ER unless it is a true medical emergency.

Remember, most people with COVID-19 can recover at home. It is important to follow recommendations to slow the spread of illness, including avoiding crowds and good hand hygiene. Please check on community members that might need assistance, be a good neighbor - this is what we do in Wyoming County. Thank you to everyone who has offered to volunteer their assistance. A future update will give more information on how to volunteer where you are needed most.
Residents are urged not to respond to unreliable information. Consult the CDC and NYSDOH websites for federal and state updates and the Wyoming County website for daily local updates. Call the NYS COVID-19 hotline at 888-364-3065 with general questions.

Finally, our lives have certainly been interrupted by all these changes – things definitely look different than they did just a couple weeks ago. Someone said recently, it will be impossible to know if we over-reacted or did too much…but it will be quite apparent if we under-reacted or did too little.

Thank you for doing your part.

Wyoming County Sheriff's Office

Wyoming County Sheriff's Office

The Wyoming County Sheriff's Office is investigating the larceny of a red 2017 Can Am Renegade 570 (actual ATV pictured). The ATV was taken from a residence on State Route 20A in the Town of Sheldon last week. We are seeking the public's help in locating the stolen ATV. The owner has offered a $500 reward to the person who provides information that leads to both the return of the ATV and the successful prosecution. Please contact Investigator Bradley McGinnis with any information at 585-786-8989.

Warsaw's Country Courier

Warsaw's Country Courier

Effective 8 p.m. tonight, restaurants and bars will close for on premise service and move to take-out and delivery services only. These establishments will be provided a waiver for carry-out alcohol. Movie theaters, gyms and casinos will also temporarily close.

The Wyoming County Chairman of the Board of Supervisors has declared a State of Emergency, please read the press release...

The Wyoming County Chairman of the Board of Supervisors has declared a State of Emergency, please read the press release for more information.

Joint press release from Chairman Davis and Health Commissioner Dr. Collins regarding the State of Emergency in Wyoming County

Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce & Tourism

Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce & Tourism


For Wyoming County: Because of the weather, Thursday’s garbage pick up will be picked up today. Today’s (Friday’s) pick up will be next week at the regular scheduled date. All garbage will be picked up.

Wyoming County Sheriff's Office

Wyoming County Sheriff's Office


Effective February 28, 2020 at 6:30 a.m., Wyoming County Sheriff Gregory Rudolph has lifted the Travel Advisory.

There were a few traffic related issues yesterday, but no injuries and no significant damage.

Please do not let this “Lift” make you complacent. Continue to use caution as it still is a challenging "Wyoming County" February day. The high wind is still blowing the ground snow, which could present visibility and drifting hazards especially on north/south roads.

Thank you to our community for observing the advisory and allowing the Highway Departments / DOT to work safely and efficiently in those white out conditions yesterday.
Stay warm and be safe!


Wyoming County Sheriff's Office

Wyoming County Sheriff's Office


Effective February 27, 2020 at 11:00 a.m., Wyoming County Sheriff Gregory Rudolph has issued a NO UNNECESSARY TRAVEL ADVISORY for all of Wyoming County. The roads are NOT closed, however; the extreme weather combination of snow, wind and cold has created blizzard conditions and travel is extremely hazardous. The visibility is very poor and near zero in prone areas along with slippery and drifting roadways. North/South roads are particularly hazardous. The Wyoming County Sheriff does not determine the necessity of an individual’s obligation to travel. This is an advisory only and in effect until further notice.


For Wyoming County: All garbage pick up scheduled for Thursday will not be running today due to the weather. Friday will be determined by the weather again. As soon as we know the status for Friday, we will announce it.


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