information for emergencies & disasters

There are many "lessons learned" from Superstorm Sandy. Many of these sources are still useful for future reference.

New Jersey State Police

The Union County First Alert Network is administered by The County of Union, Office of Emergency Management.
The County of Union uses the UC First Alert Network to immediately contact you during a major crisis or emergency. The UC First Alert Network delivers important emergency alerts, notifications and updates to you on all your devices: email, cellphone, pager, smartphone.

Union County Public Safety: Division of Emergency Management
Phone: 908-654-9881 | Fax: 908-654-9851
Address: 300 North Avenue East, Westfield 07090
IF YOU ARE CURRENTLY IN AN EMERGENCY SITUATION CALL 911 sends emergency text alerts to your cellphone:

For local news and information about hurricane Sandy, see
MTA recovery maps for NYC subways, Long Island Railroad, Metro-North railroad

An email from congressman Jim Himes adds:
senator Raymond Lesniak's web site listed:

OEM: Office of Emergency Management for All Other Counties

Atlantic County Office of Emergency Preparedness

Bergen County OEM

Burlington County OEM

Camden County OEM

Cape May County OEM

Cumberland County OEM

The Essex County Sheriff's Office

Gloucester County

Hudson County OEM

Hunterdon County OEM

Mercer County OEM

Middlesex County OEM

The Monmouth County Sheriff's Office

Morris County OEM

Ocean County OEM

Passaic County

Salem County

Somerset County

Sussex County sheriff
39 High Street
Newton NJ 07860
(973) 579 0850
(973) 579 0888 ?

Warren County

Updated Mon 28-Sep-2015