As trees continue to tumble and the snow settles in, the number of people without power in Rockland County continues to grow, including in Clarkstown where more than two-thirds of residents have no electricity.
According to Clarkstown Supervisor George Hoehman, as of 1 p.m. Thursday, 9,000 people are without power in Clarkstown and 14,400 in Rockland County.
In addition, Orange and Rockland are reporting that some of the outages made last throughout the weekend, Hoehman said.
"We remind residents to stay clear of downed wires and to continue to report outages directly to O&R," he said.
They can be reached at 1-877-434-4100 or click here.
To help, all Clarkstown recreation community centers will remain open until 10 p.m. for residents to go and keep warm and charge electronics. Congers Community Center will remain open all night. Please call the centers before arrival to confirm.
- Central Nyack Community Center, 845-358-2500
- Congers Community Center, 845-268-9700
- Pascack Community Center, 845-371-6650
- Street Community Center, 845-639-5705
There are also several road closures throughout the area including:
- Townline Road, West Nyack
- Rockford and Germonds
- Nuthatch and Rockford
- Ridge Road (between Route 304 and Old Route 304)
- South Mountain Road by 320
- Third Street (Route. 304 and Cross Street)
- Laurel Road and Route 304
For emergencies, call the Clarkstown Police Department at 845-639-5800 or 911.
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