Additional Resources

Suffolk County Office of Emergency Management

  • CODE RED - High Speed Notification System - The Suffolk County Department of Fire Rescue and Emergency Services has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license it Code RED high-speed notification system. Suffolk will use this system to contact Suffolk Residents in the event of an actual or impending emergency. Click on this link to register for Code Red.
  • Joint Emergency Evacuation Program (JEEP) - (631) 852-4900 - JEEP is a database of individuals who require emergency evacuation and special assistance during disasters. The database is maintained by the Suffolk County Office of Emergency Management and activated prior to an impending disaster.
  • Preparing For Disaster
  • Shelter Location and Storm Surge map
    • The map identifies:
      • Address locations
      • The specific types of shelters available within Suffolk County (i.e. General Population, Pet Friendly, Special Needs, Functional Needs)
      • The location, capabilities and pertinent information about each shelter
      • Which shelters are currently open in actual emergency situations
      • A mapping feature for driving directions to shelters
      • Storm Surge Zones showing potential flood areas from different strength hurricanes
      • Links to important emergency related information

NYS Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services



NYS- HSES routinely assists local governments, voluntary organizations, and private industry through a variety of emergency management programs including hazard identification, loss prevention, planning, training, operational response to emergencies, technical support, and disaster recovery assistance.
NYS-HSES

NY-ALERT



New York State All-Hazards Alert and Notification web-based portal. It is part of New York State’s ongoing commitment to provide New Yorkers with information so that they will understand the risks and threats that they may face and know how to respond accordingly. Each of us has the responsibility to be as prepared as possible for any emergencies that may arise. One of the keys to preparedness is having up-to-date information.

The information posted on this site will include severe weather warnings, significant highway closures, hazardous materials spills, and many other emergency conditions. Additionally you will find information regarding response actions being taken by local and state agencies and protective actions that you should take to protect you, your family and your property.
NYS-Alert

Federal Emergency Management Agency


  • FEMA - Federal Emergency Management Agency
FEMA
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Red Cross

PSEG Long Island


PSE&G
PSEG

National Grid - New York


National Grid - New York
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NOAA