Jul 29, 2014
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Where to Shelter from the Storm in South Orange

With power out, and snow in the forecast, some locals may need to leave home

Where to Shelter from the Storm in South Orange

South Orange Sheltering Information

With power outages remaining in the Village and in anticipation of the

Nor'easter storm forecast for tonight the Village is announcing the following

shelters. When calling to utilize the shelter please advise the Police Desk if you

need transportation to the shelter or have any special needs.

 

Baird Center - 5 Mead Street

 Available immediately for South Orange residents

 Residents must check into Baird before 9pm

 Please call the South Orange Police Department, non-emergency

number - 973 763 3000, to use the shelter.

 Baird has power, heat, and limited space for leashed pets

 Bring your own bedding, medications, clothes, and any other

needs.

 

Shery Tefilo - 432 Scotland Road

 Available immediately for South Orange residents

 Residents must check into the shelter before 9pm

 Please call the South Orange Police Department, non-emergency

number - 973 763 3000, to use the shelter.

 This shelter has power and heat

 Bring your own bedding, medications, clothes, and any other needs

 

Our Lady of Sorrows - 217 Prospect Street

 Available immediately for South Orange residents

 Residents must be checked into the shelter before 9pm if they plan on

staying overnight

 Please call the South Orange Police Department, non-emergency

number - 973 763 3000, to use the shelter.

 This shelter has power and heat,

 Bring your own bedding, medications, clothes, and any other needs

 Use Fourth Street entrance and parking lot across the street.

 

 

The South Orange Public Library continues to be a warming and charging facility for residents.

 

Please share the following info: 

Services Available In Maplewood

 

Warming Stations

Prospect Presbyterian Church

Laundry

Shower Services

 

St George Church

Meals and shelter

 

DeHart Community Center

Meals and shelter

 

Morrow Church

Open from 9am-9pm, offering lunch and dinner until Friday

 

Shelter stations

St George Church (Ridgewood Road) – tentative, please check with church

 

DeHart Community Center (Burnett Avenue)

 

Please bring your own pillows, blankets, sheets, entertainment, medications, toiletries and other necessary items.

 

Charging Stations

Morrow Church (WiFi available)

 

DeHart Community Center

 

Main and Hilton Branch Libraries (WiF iavailable)

 

SOPAC (WiFi available)

 

Bank Of America @ 161 Maplewood Avenue (Wi Fi available) 

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