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Numbers, websites to know for the snowstorm

A view of Rockville Centre from the LIRR

A view of Rockville Centre from the LIRR station as snow continues to lightly fall into the evening, Saturday, Dec 9, 2017, Credit: Danielle Finkelstein



Electric outages and downed power lines should be reported to PSEG Long Island by calling 800-490-0075 or online by signing in to your PSEG account.


Gas leaks should be reported to National Grid by calling the Gas Emergency Line at 800-490-0045.



North Hempstead: Call 311 or 516-TOWN-311 (516-869-6311) for a service representative or go to

Hempstead: Call 516-489-5000 or visit

Oyster Bay: Go to or call highway department to report downed trees at 516-677-5757.

City of Glen Cove: Go to or call the Department of Public Works at 516-676-4402.

City of Long Beach: Visit or call City Hall at 516-431-1000.


Babylon: Visit or call the public safety department at 631-422-7600 to report downed trees.

Brookhaven: Call the town call center at 631-451-8696 or visit

East Hampton: Go to or call the highway department to report roadway obstructions at 631-324-0925.

Huntington: Visit or call its 24-hour emergency number, 631-351-3234 or for downed trees, 631-499-0444.

Islip: Visit or call 631-224-5600 to report downed trees or power lines.

Riverhead: Call the nonemergency police number at 631-727-4500 or visit

Smithtown: Call the Public Safety Department at 631-360-7553.

Southampton: Go to or 631-728-5000.

Southold: Visit or call 631-765-1800.

Shelter Island: Visit or call 631-749-0600.


Regional roads: Go to for updated road and transportation information in the state.

Suffolk bus: Go to

NICE bus: Check for frequent updates to service status.

MTA: Sign up for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s email alerts at


  • Fill up vehicles with fuel.
  • Listen to local officials.
  • Never use portable generators indoors, in garages or near open windows.


If electrical power is lost:

  • Keep refrigerator and freezer doors closed. An unopened refrigerator will keep foods cold enough for a couple of hours.
  • If the refrigerator was out for more than two to four hours, discard perishable items.
  • A freezer that is half full will hold for up to 24 hours; a full freezer for 48 hours.
  • If the freezer is fairly full and it has been without power for less than 24 hours, food should be safe. Expect a loss of quality with refreezing.

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