HALLOWEEN FRIGHT: New Rochelle Getting Hit Hard By Rare October Snow Storm

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HALLOWEEN FRIGHT: New Rochelle Getting Hit Hard By Rare October Snow Storm

October 29, 2011 - 18:30

The city of New Rochelle is getting battered by heavy snow and rain. Power lines and trees are down all across the city.The police and fire departments are getting multiple calls of trees and wires down.Power outages are being reported in large neighborhoods.I have not received a robo call from the city as of yet wondering why?? There are a number off roads closed to traffic to many to report.I will be giving updates as they come in.


Main roads closed Pinebrook blvd.closed north and south from forest avenue. North ave at rose hill north bound. Eastchester road from webster to New Rochelle road. Mount tom road from whyman to park-ridge All of forest avenue from pinebrook to larchmont line.


Multiple small streets are closed across the city. Stratton road closed from Pinbrook to grand blvd. Transformer fires at wood hollow lane, jones street,rosedale avenue,parcot avenue and webster at rose hill

UPdate 5.25pm The city has finally called.This was the message:

This is an emergency message from the City of New Rochelle. Today’s storm creates a significant risk of falling trees and branches. Please report downed trees on public roadways to the New Rochelle Police at 654-2300. If you have lost power, please contact Con Edison at 1-800-75CONED. Lastly, we recommend that you avoid any unnecessary travel. You can read this message and find additional information at Thank you for your cooperation.

Update 5:35pm Dpw crews are out working the streets.They are clearing tree limbs,downed trees and anything else without live wires tangled in it. Listening to there radio sounds like they need more men at the yard to put plows on the trucks.

Update 1:35pm Message from Mayor--This is an emergency update from the City of New Rochelle. As a result of yesterday’s storm, approximately 1,000 households in New Rochelle – out of 64,000 households county-wide – have lost power. Crews are at work clearing roads and downed trees. Con Ed expects that many people will have power restored tomorrow or Tuesday, but in some areas, repairs may take longer, and there are no estimates yet for specific locations.

Please report lost power directly to Con Edison at 1-800-75CONED. Please report any obstructed roads to the New Rochelle Police Desk at 654-2300

As i was listening to the police radio last night the dispatcher asked that some police units in the north end to turn off there roof lights while they were on a fixed post blocking traffic from going into danger zones.I can't believe the dispatcher or who was in charge to even think about this request.

Dpw crews are out all over the city cleaning up the streets.All the downtown lots were cleared of snow and ice by early afternoon.Will be posting pictures of areas of damage later this afternoon.

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i heard the men were not called in early, 1pm city yard was still closed . poor mangement tergis,alston must go. JEFF WERE ARE YOU?