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Greenburgh Winter Storm Information

Greenburgh officials are asking residents to only travel in an emergency and avoid parking on the street.

Greenburgh Winter Storm Information

The following information is from Greenburgh Police Chief Joseph J. DeCarlo:

The National Weather Service has issued the following winter storm warning for our region from Friday afternoon through Saturday afternoon.

A winter storm warning for heavy snow means severe winter weather conditions are expected or occurring. Significant amounts of snow are forecast that will make travel dangerous. Only travel in an emergency. If you must travel, keep an extra flashlight, food and water in your vehicle in case of an emergency.

To promote more effective road clearing and enhance safety during this storm the Department of Public Works requests you please:

·         AVOID PARKING ON THE STREET AT ALL TIMES

·         Keep Sidewalks and Paths Free of Ice and Snow

·         Never throw, blow, or plow snow into the Street

·         Clear Fire Hydrants

The Theodore Young Community Center will be open as a warming center and/or temporary shelter if it becomes necessary.

Con Edison Information

Customers can report downed power lines, outages, and check service restoration status by computer or mobile device at www.conEd.com/ReportOutage. They can also call 1-800-75-CONED (1-800-752-6633). When reporting an outage, customers should have their Con Edison account number available, if possible, and report whether their neighbors also have lost power. Customers who report outages will be called by Con Edison with their estimated restoration times as they become available.

Depending on the severity of storm damage, crews will give priority to restoring service lines that will provide power to the most customers as quickly as possible, then move on to restore smaller groups and individual customers who are without power.

Con Edison offers the following safety tips:

  • If you see downed electrical wires, do not go near them. Treat all downed wires as if they are live. Never attempt to move them or touch them with your hands or any object. Be mindful that downed wires can be hidden from view by tree limbs, leaves or water.
  • Report all downed wires to Con Edison and your local police department immediately. If a power line falls on your car while you're in it, stay inside the vehicle and wait for emergency personnel.
  • If your power goes out, disconnect or turn off appliances that would otherwise turn on automatically when service is restored. If several appliances start up at once, the electric circuits may overload.
  • Check to make sure your flashlights and any battery-operated radios are in working order. Make sure you have extra batteries.
  • Weather updates and news on restorations of electrical service can be heard on most local radio and television stations.

For more tips on storm preparation, go to www.conEd.com.

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