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Emergency Notification Systems
SIGN-UP FOR STORM TEXT UPDATES FROM B-103: Text STORM to 64636
SIGN-UP FOR PSEG TEXT UPDATES: text REG to 773454
(After you are registered, to report an outage, simply text OUT to 773454)
NASSAU: sign-up for SwiftReach: www.nassaucountyny.gov, or call Nassau Office of Emergency Management at 516-573-0636
Storm Preparation: What to do BEFORE the storm!
You can never be too prepared!
FOOD: Store at least a 3 day supply of non-perishable food. Consider any special dietary needs of your family. Avoid foods that will make you thirsty. Choose salt-free crackers, whole grain cereals, and canned foods with high liquid expanding-content. Keep canned foods, dry mixes, and other foods that do not require refrigeration, cooking, water, or special preparation. Be sure to include a manual can opener and utensils.
WATER: Store one gallon of water per person, per day, with at least a 3 day supply per person. Children, nursing mothers, and sick people may require more water. To preserve bottled or filtered water for consumption, fill your bathtub with water to use for cleaning, flushing toilets, and other non-drinking purposes.
Secure/Prepare Your Property
Sources: Hurricane preparedness information provided by NOAA, FEMA, LIPA, National Grid, American Red Cross, Nassau County, Town of Hempstead, Town of Oyster Bay, Suffolk County, Newsday
Watches & Warnings
Using a Generator
Is It Safe to Eat?
Emergency Phone Numbers
Nassau County Police NON-EMERGENCY
Nassau County Office of Emergency Management
City of Long Beach
City of Glen Cove
Town of Hempstead
Town of North Hempstead
Town of Oyster Bay
Suffolk County Police NON-EMERGENCY
Suffolk County Office of Emergency Management
Town of Babylon
631-422-7600 to report downed trees
Town of Brookhaven
631-451-9200 to report downed trees
Town of Huntington
631-271-6573 (24-hour emergency hotline)
631-499-0444 to report downed trees
Town of Islip
631-224-5600 to report downed trees
Town of Smithtown
UTILITIES, TRANSPORTATION, CHARITIES, & OTHER CONTACT INFO
PSEG’s Critical Care Program
For Long Islanders who rely on electricity to power life-supporting equipment in their homes can register by calling 1-800-490-0025, or by visiting www.psegliny.com/page.cfm/Home/CustomerService/Special#Critical
National Grid (Gas Emergency Line)
American Red Cross
Nassau County: 516-747-3500
Suffolk County: 631-924-6700
Island Harvest Hurricane Relief
United Way of Long Island
New York State Office of Emergency Management
Long Island Regional Office: 631-952-6322
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
Nassau County Consumer Affairs
Suffolk County Consumer Affairs
Disaster Distress Helpline for Survivors & First Responders (24/7)
Nassau Able Ride Bus
Long Island Railroad
Review your insurance policies before a storm strikes. Most homeowner and business insurance policies do not cover flood. Learn what your hurricane or “wind” deductable(s) may be.
If your tree falls on your neighbor’s property:
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