created August 18, 2010
modified June 14, 2013

Emergency Support Functions
  
Transportation (ESF-1)

Responsibilities:
  A)  Aviation/airspace management and control
  B)  Transportation safety
  C)  Restoration and recovery of transportation infrastructure
  D)  Movement restrictions
  E)  Damage and impact assessment

(State)   Federal Highway Administration
628 Hebron Avenue
Glastonbury, CT  06033
(860) 659-6703
(Federal)   U.S. Department of Transportation
1200 New Jersey Ave., SE
Washington D.C.  20590
(202) 366-4000

  
Communications (ESF-2)

Responsibilities:
  A)  Coordination with telecommunications and information industries
  B)  Restoration and repair of telecommunications infrastructure
  C)  Protection, restoration, and sustainment of national cyber and
information technology resources
  D)  Oversight of communications within the Federal incident management and response structures

(State)   Office of State Emergency Communications
Office of Emergency Management
360 Broad Street
Hartford, CT  06105
(860) 566-3180
(Federal)   U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Washington, D.C.  20528
(no published phone number)

  
Public Works and Engineering (ESF-3)

Responsibilities:
  A)  Infrastructure protection and emergency repair
  B)  Infrastructure restoration
  C)  Engineering services, construction management
  D)  Critical infrastructure liaison

(State)   Connecticut Department of Transportation
2800 Berlin Turnpike
Newington, CT  06131-7546
(860) 594-2604
(Federal)   Department of Defense
The Pentagon
Washington, DC
(no published phone number)

  
Firefighting (ESF-4)

Responsibilities:
  A)  Coordination of Federal firefighting activities
  B)  Resource support to wildland, rural and urban firefighting operations

(State)   Commission on Fire Prevention and Control
Connecticut Fire Academy
34 Perimeter Road
Windsor Locks, CT  06096-1069
(860) 627-6363 or toll-free 877-5CT-FIRE
(Federal)   USDA Forest Service
P.O. Box 96090
Washington, D.C.  20090-6090
(202) 205-8333

  
Emergency Management (ESF-5)

Responsibilities:
  A)  Coordination of incident management and response efforts
  B)  Issuance of mission assignments
  C)  Resource and human capital
  D)  Incident action planning
  E)  Financial management

(State)   Military Department
Office of Emergency Management
360 Broad Street
Hartford, CT  06105
(860) 566-3180
(Federal)   U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Washington, D.C.  20528
(no published phone number)

  
Mass Care (ESF-6)

Responsibilities:
  A)  Mass care
  B)  Disaster housing
  C)  Human services

(State)   Charter Oak Chapter of Connecticut
209 Farmington Avenue
Farmington, CT  06032-1911
(860) 678-2700
(Federal)   American Red Cross National Headquarters
431 18th Street, NW
Washington, DC  20006
(202) 303-4498

  
Logistics Management and Resource Support (ESF-7)

Responsibilities:
  A)  Comprehensive, national incident logistics planning, management, and sustainment capability
  B)  Resource support (facility space, office equipment and supplies, contracting services, etc.)

(State)   Department of Administrative Services
165 Capitol Avenue
Hartford, CT  06106
(860) 713-5095
(Federal)   U.S. General Services Administration
1800 F Street, NW
Washington, DC  20405

  
Public Health and Medical Services (ESF-8)

Responsibilities:
  A)  Public health
  B)  Health-related human services
  C)  Medical
  D)  Mental health services
  E)  Mass fatality management

(State)   Public Health/Office of Emergency Medical Services
410 Capitol Avenue, MS #12EMS
P.O. Box 340308
Hartford, CT  06134-0308
(860) 509-7975
(Federal)   The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
200 Independence Avenue, S.W.
Washington, D.C.  20201
(202) 619-0257 or toll-free (877) 696-6775

  
Search and Rescue (ESF-9)

Responsibilities:
  A)  Life-saving assistance
  B)  Search and rescue operations

(State)   Commission on Fire Prevention and Control
Connecticut Fire Academy
34 Perimeter Road
Windsor Locks, CT  06096-1069
(860) 627-6363 or toll-free 877-5CT-FIRE
(Federal)   U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Washington, D.C.  20528
(no published phone number)

  
Oil and Hazardous Materials Response (ESF-10)

Responsibilities:
  A)  Oil and hazardous materials (chemical, biological, radiological, etc.) response
  B)  Environmental short- and long-term cleanup

(State)   Department of Environmental Protection
79 Elm Street
Hartford, CT  06106-5127
(860) 424-3000
(Federal)   Environmental Protection Agency
Ariel Rios Building
1200 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.
Washington, DC  20460
(202) 272-0167

  
Agriculture (ESF-11)

Responsibilities:
  A)  Nutrition assistance
  B)  Animal and plant disease and pest response
  C)  Food safety and security
  D)  Natural and cultural resources and historic properties protection
  E)  Safety and well-being of pets

(State)   Department of Agriculture
Food and Nutrition Service
900 Northrup Road
Wallingford, CT  06492
(203) 265-7194
(Federal)   Food Safety and Inspection Service
United States Department of Agriculture
Washington, D.C.  20250-3700
(202) 205-0279

  
Energy (ESF-12)

Responsibilities:
  A)  Energy infrastructure assessment, repair, and restoration
  B)  Energy industry coordination
  C)  Energy forecast

(State)   Department of Public Utility Control
10 Franklin Square
New Britain,  CT 06051
(860) 827-1553
(Federal)   U.S. Department of Energy
1000 Independence Ave., SW
Washington, DC  20585
1-800-dial-DOE

  
Public Safety and Security (ESF-13)

Responsibilities:
  A)  Facility and resource security
  B)  Security planning and technical resource assistance
  C)  Public safety and security support
  D)  Support to access, traffic and crowd control

(State)  
TBD

(Federal)   Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives
Office of Public and Governmental Affairs
99 New York Ave., NE, Room 5S 144
Washington, DC  20226
1-800-800-3855

  
Long Term Community Recovery (ESF-14)

Responsibilities:
  A)  Social and economic community impact assessment
  B)  Long-term community recovery assistance to States, local governments, and the private sector
  C)  Analysis and review of mitigation program implementation

(State)  
TBD

(Federal)   Federal Emergency Management Agency
U. S. Department of Homeland Security
ESF #14 National Coordinator
500 C St., SW
Washington, D.C.  20472
202-646-3306

  
External Affairs (ESF-15)

Responsibilities:
  A)  Emergency public information and protective action guidance
  B)  Media and community relations
  C)  Congressional and international affairs
  D)  Tribal and insular affairs

(State)  
TBD

(Federal)   U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Washington, D.C.  20528
(no published phone number)