Archived materials related to Hurricane Sandy

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NJ 211 Hurricane Sandy Response and Recovery Guide External link

FEMA Disaster Resources

Volunteers: Before going to a disaster area, join an established volunteer organization. Communities can become easily overwhelmed by the amount of generous people who want to help immediately after a disaster. Contacting and joining an established organization will help to ensure that you are appropriately trained to respond in the most effective way. Be patient: recovery lasts a lot longer than the media attention, and there will be volunteer needs for many months. The Corporation for National and Community Service can help you find volunteer opportunities External link at Serve.gov External link.

Road Closures

Storm Damage Map Viewer Please follow the link to the basic map viewer that depicts current bridge and road closures around Sussex County. The application will allow you to pan and zoom throughout the County and the user can click on the point for basic information pertaining to the closure.

Power Outage

View JCP&L Power Outages
by County and Municipality
As an easy to read tabular list External link
On an interactive map External link

Report Power Outages

JCP&L: 888-544-4877 or report online http://ow.ly/eQDPE

Sussex Rural Electric: 877-504-6463

Public Health

Environmental and Household

Department of Health Hotline to Answer Questions About Food/Water Safety, Cleaning and Mold Removal External link

Practice Food Safety During the Aftermath of Hurricane Sandy
Food Safety During Power Outages

Sussex County Emergency Operating Center (EOC)
Sussex County Emergency Operating Center (EOC) - 10/29/2012

Storm Recovery

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