Monday, October 29, 2012

Office of Emergency Management Prepares for Hurricane Sandy

TRENTON: The City of Trenton’s Office of Emergency Management has been activated in preparation for Hurricane Sandy’s probable impact with New Jersey, starting this weekend. We are advising residents that the effects will be sustained rain and wind from Sunday through Monday. There will be a prolonged period of onshore winds combined with a full moon that will cause coastal tidal flooding. Rain totals over several days could be 7 inches or more. Sustained winds of 40 mph will occur over several days. Our area may experience local road and stream flooding during the event. The Delaware River and the Assunpink will be monitored closely.
Stay Informed with developments about this storm:
3. Trenton Emergency Hotline: (609) 989-3838 (Recorded Message Only)
“We are encouraging residents to take the necessary steps to be prepared for this storm. The City will provide residents with updated information as it is made available to us”, stated Mayor Tony F. Mack.

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