Suffolk County Storm Status Update Friday, November 2, 10:00 a.m.
Press Release From County Executive Bellone’s Office
Suffolk County Storm Status Update 10:00 AM
Gas supply was disrupted in the aftermath of the storm. The state and federal government have worked diligently to restore infrastructure and gas supplies should return to normal levels shortly. The County has ordered gas station owners to limit customers to fill just one tank of gas per visit and for those customers without power, up to an additional 10 gallons of gas permitted per visit until further notice.
Police officers have been dispatched to gas stations to post signs regarding the order. The County is advising residents to conserve gas throughout the weekend by staying home or remaining local. The County has restricted gas use at County facilities to only essential services and personnel. Thank you for your cooperation.
Red Cross Food Distribution-lunch from 11 on and dinner from 4 on ·
Dennison building in Hauppauge
Riverhead County Center 210 Center Drive, Riverhead
Mastic Fire House, 1088 Mastic Road, Mastic
Red Cross Shelters that are still open
Sachem East High School
Walt Whitman High School
Robert Frost Middle School
Eastport South Manor Junior/Senior High School
Long Island Rail Road
Babylon to Penn Station
Huntington Station to Penn Station
Ronkonkoma to Penn Station
Port Jefferson to Penn Station
Suffolk County Health Centers
Suffolk County Health Centers open, EXCEPT for Brentwood Health Center, which remains closed today.
9:00am-8:00 pm. Please be mindful that many residents may have to use the charging stations so we ask everyone to work cooperatively to access power and please bring no more than 2 devices. Please make sure to bring chargers for each of your two devices.
Hauppauge: H Lee Dennison Bldg. 100 Veterans Highway Yaphank: County Building C14, the Old Infirmary, 30 Yaphank Avenue Riverhead County Center: 300 Center Street Blood Drive
In the aftermath of Super Storm Sandy, our region is experiencing a blood emergency. There will be a special blood drive today, Friday, November 2, in the plaza of the H. Lee Dennison building from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. This emergency blood drive is also open to the community.