The flakes have begun falling this morning here in Scarsdale and Greenburgh. As residents and the town prepares for the winter storm today, Patch put together a hub of important information to keep handy throughout the snow storm.
In case power goes out in the neighborhood, be sure to have the Scarsdale Patch App on your cell phone. Download the app ahead of time here.
Stay with Scarsdale Patch for updates throughout Friday and Saturday.
Here are links to the latest storm coverage:
Greenburgh Saturday Snow Removal Update
First Responders Man Their Stations During Storm
Greenburgh Winter Storm Information
Share Your Storm Photos On Scarsdale Patch
Village Of Scarsdale Friday Storm Update
UPDATED: Blizzard Warning For Scarsdale
Snow Cancellations In Scarsdale
Con Edison Prepares For Winter Storm
Here are storm preparation tips from the Village of Scarsdale:
Residents and businesses should prepare for power outages and road closures. Advance storm preparations should include the following:
- Assemble a disaster supply kit with non-perishable food, water, medical supplies, and prescription drugs;
- Maintain important documents in a waterproof container;
- Have supplies of batteries, flashlights and a battery operated radio;
- Be sure that your car is full of gasoline prior to the storm.
Here is some important info to keep on hand during the storm:
- Contact Con Ed directly at 1-800-75-CONED if you experience a power outage. Calling Con Ed directly will allow for your power loss to be registered into their computerized database.
- Use 911 only to report true emergencies (including fire, down power wires and persons in distress.)
- The Scarsdale Police Department can be reached at 914-722-1200 for non-emergencies.
- The Greenburgh Police Department can be reached at 914-682-5300.
- DO NOT APPROACH ANY DOWNED WIRES.
- Non-emergency storm related issues (including downed trees) can be reported to the Scarsdale Department of Public Works during business hours at 914-722-1150.
Storm Shelters/Warming Stations:
- The Theodore Young Community Center in Greenburgh will be open as a warming center and/or temporary shelter if it becomes necessary, according to Greenburgh Police Chief Joseph DeCarlo.