In an emergency, where can one get shelter? Food? Warmth? Those are the kinds of questions that John Murren, president of Georgetown Village Restoration Inc. (GVRI), plans to answer in a packet he\u2019s creating for all local residents. Murren plans to name the packet \u201cResource Guide for Emergencies.\u201d \u201cWe will put together a document that lists all warming and cleanup stations, and places for food, water, generators, fuel, first aid, clothing, and available housing \u2014 anything that might happen in a disaster where you wouldn\u2019t be able to make a phone call,\u201d said Murren, owner of Murren-Kane Construction in Georgetown. The guide will be free of charge and accessible to all. \u201cThis project is in the works right now,\u201d said Murren, a Ridgefield resident. \u201cI plan to complete it within six months.\u201d According to Murren, the guide will contain a general resource area, then specific information for each town that makes up Georgetown. \u201cGeorgetown is uniquely part of four towns \u2014 Redding, \u00a0Ridgefield, Weston, and Wilton \u2014 so we will go to each one of those towns\u2019 fire and police departments, etc., and ask questions such as, \u2018Who should you go to, what do you do, and what happens if there is an accident?\u2019\u201d he said. Murren added that GVRI\u2019s executive committee will brainstorm to get an agenda together for all the resources that will be needed to create the guide. Members will reach out to both state and local organizations. One of the sources they plan to contact will be each town\u2019s Community Emergency Response Team (CERT). Once the guide is complete, GVRI will promote it on its website and also share it with local fire and police departments, as well as town halls and tax collectors\u2019 offices. Murren said the idea for creating a disaster relief guide came about after the recent weeks of incredibly cold weather the area has experienced this winter. \u201cIf pipes freeze or power fails or there is a prolonged problem in town, this kind of information will be very helpful and perhaps save lives,\u201d Murren said. GVRI is a nonprofit community organization whose primary mission is to develop Georgetown\u2019s commercial district. It was founded in 1999 and has more than 65 members. For updates as to when the disaster document will be available, visit georgetownct.org\/.