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Residents with non-life threatening emergencies should dial 1 (888) 684-4274 for assistance with down trees and roadside issues. All those with life threatening emergencies should dial 911. For more information on storm preparation, please visit www.nassaucountyny.gov/hurricane or Ed Mangano, on Facebook and Twitter.

As always, in case of an emergency, residents are advised to immediately dial 911. In Long Beach, the city has established a non-emergency Storm Hotline, (516) 431-1000 option 1.

Residents can also check the city’s website at www.longbeachyny.gov for a copy of the city's Storm Preparedness Guide and updates (residents can also check the city's Facebook and Twitter pages for more information). The city will also be updating residents through its Swift911 notification system.


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Here is an interactive map link that should always display the most recent wind speed forecast that NOAA has posted for Hurricane Sandy. The map is zoomed in a bit on the areas that will have the strongest winds. Click a color to see the forecast wind speed. The map is displayed by the browser app Gmap4.


Below are two new interactive map links that should always display the most recent storm surge forecasts that NOAA has posted for Hurricane Sandy.

Hurricane SANDY Storm Surge Forecast


Hurricane SANDY Storm Surge Probability


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