Some Helpful Information To Help YouGet Through The Storm

Diane J. Savino

October 29, 2012

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NYC Severe Weather site: http://www.nyc.gov/severeweather

 

Ready New York Hurricane Guide:

http://www.nyc.gov/html/oem/html/ready/hurricane_guide.shtml

 

 

Areas in the Evacuation Zone:

 

Brooklyn: Coney Island, Manhattan Beach, Red Hook and other
areas along the East River Staten Island: Nearly the entire coastline

 

76 evacuation centers across the city are now open and
will be for the duration of the storm.

These facilities are open to anyone who needs them, will
provide a safe place to sleep, and will have food.  Pets are welcome.  All shelters have at least one entrance
usable for wheelchairs.

 

List of Emergency Shelters

 

Brooklyn

                NYC
Technical College, 300 Jay Street

                Park
Slope Armory, 361 15th Street

                J.H.S.
57, 125 Stuyvesant Avenue

                I.S.
111, 35 Starr Street

                I.S.
117, 300 Willoughby Avenue

                I.S.
136, 4004 4th Avenue

                P.S.
189, 1100 East New York Avenue

                I.S.
246, 72 Veronica Place

                P.S.
249, 18 Marlborough Road

                I.S.
271, 1137 Herkimer Street

                I.S.
55, 2021 Bergen Street

                I.S.
292, 300 Wyona Street

                I.S.
383, 1300 Greene Avenue

                Franklin
K. Lane High School, 999 Jamaica Avenue

                Brooklyn
Tech High School, 29 Fort Greene Place

                Boys
& Girls High School, 1700 Fulton Street

                John
Jay High School, 237 7th Avenue

                Bushwick
High School, 400 Irving Avenue

                I.S.
187, 1171 65th Street

                Franklin
D. Roosevelt High School, 5800 20th Avenue

                Clara
Barton High School, 901 Classon Avenue

 

Staten Island

                P.S.
80 (Petrides Complex), 715 Ocean Terrace

                I.S.
51, 20 Houston Street

                Curtis
High School, 105 Hamilton Avenue

                Tottenville
High School, 100 Luten Avenue

                Susan
E. Wagner High School, 1200 Manor Road

 

Staying Informed

 

For the latest updates on the storm, New Yorkers can:

Visit the NYC Severe Weather site on NYC.gov Follow
@nycmayorsoffice Twitter Sign up for notifications from Notify NYC More
information is available via 311, the OEM website and the Mayor’s Office of
People with Disabilities website, both of which also provide information about
accessible transportation.