(WTNH) -- Here are closures already announced in advance of Sandy's arrival in Connecticut. More will be added as received.
Albertus Magnus -- In anticipation of severe weather, Albertus Magnus College will be closed on 10/29 and 10/30.
Amity School District -- Amity school district is closed Thursday, no decision has been made for Friday.
Bethel Schools -- Bethel public school will be closed Monday and Tuesday.
Branford Schools -- Branford public school will be closed Monday and Tuesday.
Bridgeport Schools -- Classical Studies will be closed Thursday.
East Haven -- Due to Hurricane Sandy, the Town of East Haven offices will be closed for business on Monday, Oct. 29th, with all non-essential employees having the option to not report to work. A decision about Tuesday will likely be made later on Monday.
Fairfield University -- Fairfield University officials announced that both undergraduate and graduate classes are cancelled for Friday, November 2. However, graduate classes only will be held on Saturday November 3. All classes will resume on Monday, November 5.
New Fairfield Schools -- Schools will be closed Monday and Tuesday.
Orange Schools -- Orange schools will be closed Thursday and Friday.
Post University -- Classes are canceled on Monday and Tuesday, staff still to report in.
Quinnipiac University -- QU will be closed at 5 a.m. Monday and on Tuesday. Classes and events canceled, but essential staff must report. [ Link ]
Western Connecticut -- WestConn will be closed Monday and Tuesday.
University of New Haven -- All classes canceled on Monday and Tuesday.
Old Saybrook Schools -- Old Saybrook Public Schools will be closed on Monday, October 29 and Tuesday, October 30. [ Link ]
Middletown -- Middletown schools will be closed Monday and Tuesday.
MILFORD -- Mandatory evacuation of coastal areas have been ordered and all residents in those areas should be evacuated by 6 pm, today, Sunday, October 28th. Vehicles must be moved to higher ground as severe flooding is anticipated along Milford's shoreline.
Southern Connecticut State University -- Closed Monday and Tuesday.
Stratford -- Stratford schools will be closed on Monday, Oct. 29. Stratford beaches are closed immediately and indefinitely.
Watertown -- The Town of Watertown is closing schools on Monday, October 29 and Tuesday, October 30 due to Hurricane Sandy. The town's emergency shelter at Watertown High School, located at 324 French Street, will open at 10 a.m. on Monday, October 29. Residents should enter the high school property via French Street and proceed to the parking area on the left. Access to the shelter is via the swimming pool entrance.
Wethersfield -- The Department of Motor Vehicles has canceled all administrative hearings for Monday, October 29, at its offices statewide. Later in the week those with a scheduled hearing for Monday should call the DMV administrative hearings unit to set up a new date. The number to call is (860) 263-5203.
Vernon -- Vernon Public Schools will be canceled for Monday and Tuesday.
Yale -- All classes at Yale University are canceled on Monday, October 29th.
Yale-New Haven Hospital -- The following Yale-New Haven Hospital outpatient clinics will be closed on Monday due to Hurricane Sandy's expected impact: The Primary Care Clinics located on Howard Avenue, the Adult and Pediatric Dental Clinics, and Winchester Chest Clinic. The Children's Hospital Pediatric Specialty Centers, including the Pediatric Specialty Centers in the Children's Hospital, at Long Wharf, and in Norwalk; the pediatric hematology/oncology clinics in Smilow Cancer Hospital and Guilford; and non-emergent pediatric phlebotomy, ECG and pulmonary function test services. On the Saint Raphael Campus, clinics for adults and children, as well as Chapel Pediatrics offices in Hamden and Center for Women's Health and Midwifery offices in New Haven, Branford and Shelton will be closed. Outpatient Radiology offices in Hamden, East Haven, West Haven, North Haven, and New Haven. Smilow Cancer Hospital and its community Care Centers will remain open, however, please call ahead prior to your appointment. On both campuses, all elective procedures not requiring an overnight stay at the hospital are cancelled. The adult and pediatric emergency departments in New Haven and Guilford remain open.