Storm Resources

**LIVE UPDATE: The NYC Department of Sanitation has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for Saturday, January 19th and Sunday, January 20th**

It's no secret that storms, blizzards and hurricanes can all be dangerous and a nuisance. Fortunately, the City is always hard at work preparing for even the worst winter weather. Here's a few tips and resources for staying safe and being prepared:


Sign up for regular alerts from Notify NYC -- this will make sure you always have the most up to date information from the City Office of Emergency Management. Or, you can always call 311 for real-time updates on everything from school closures to alternate side parking suspensions.


The MTA regularly updates the status of subways and other commuter trains on their website.


NYCHA residents should contact (718) 707-7771 to report issues or use the MyNYCHA app on their phones or tablet.


Additional emergency preparedness information and resources are available from the Red Cross.

During any significant weather event:

  • Stock up on food, water, and any medicine you or a family member need.
  • Do not go outside unless it is absolutely necessary.

During a Blizzard...


You can also check these winter weather safety tips from the NYC Office of Emergency Management. For more information, or if you see an area of our district in need of snow removal, please inform my office at [email protected]

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  • Jake Sporn
    published this page in Resources 2018-03-19 17:11:54 -0400

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