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Sleepy Hollow Declares 'Emergency'

Residents advised to stay home and exercise extreme caution in the face of the many threats of Sandy. All village offices closed and alternate side parking suspended Tuesday.

From Sleepy Hollow Village Clerk Paula McCarthy:

The Village of Sleepy Hollow has declared an emergency due to Hurricane Sandy. 

All residents are encouraged to stay at home, and please take the following safety precautions:

  • For  emergencies ONLY: call “911”
  • For the Dept of Public Works call 366-5190.
  • For power outages call Con Edison at 1-800-75-CONED
  • Call the Police Dept (631-0800) to report any fallen trees, power wires down and flooding conditions.
  • Generators MUST be left outdoors.
  • Assume that downed wires are live and stay away.
  • Report flooded basements to the Police Dept at 631-0800.  The Fire Dept. will respond according to priority.
  • Charge all cell phones.
  • Check on your elderly neighbors.
  • All loose construction materials; such as scaffolding and ladders should be well secured.
  • All lawn furniture and decorations, toys and garbage cans should not be left outdoors.
  • If you require temporary shelter call the Police Dept at 631-0800 for assistance.

In addition, please be advised that Village Offices will be closed until further notice.

All Village Parks are closed until further notice.

Alternate side of the street parking will be suspended on Tuesday, October 30th

For all other questions/concerns, please email: pmccarthy@villageofsleepyhollow.org or agiaccio@villageofsleepyhollow.org  

Krista Madsen (Editor) October 29, 2012 at 05:21 PM
Tarrytown also issues this information, from administrator Mike Blau: Alternate side is suspended today. We will decide later whether it will be suspended for tomorrow. Village Hall is open during normal business hours although only essential personnel are at work. If there are power outages, we will then decide whether we will utilize Village Hall for charging purposes. The Main Street firehouse may be opened for shelter purposes. We have moved the sheltering trailer there but we have not opened the shelter. If it is ultimately opened, we will provide notice to you. If someone needs shelter, they should reach out the Police Department. (Tarrytown Police is: 631-5544)
ActLikeAMan October 29, 2012 at 05:47 PM
Take it easy. Here's Hastings Mayor Peter Swiderski's position on the storm, left Sunday on the village website: "We’ve been through these sorts of events over the last couple of years a number of times - it is our "new normal". There is nothing normal about his storm, Mayor Swiderski. Been through these sorts of events a number of times? When was that? 500 years ago? He goes on to advise that you 'keep a sense of humor.' Sprinkle a reality on it, FOR ONCE. Just for taste.
Mitch October 30, 2012 at 12:07 PM
Looks like Tarrytown is going to make a mint is parking fines today since they still are enforcing the alternate side of the street parking, unlike Sleepy Hollow who realized that with the storm, it is ridiculous to have street cleaners out anyway. Good job Tarrytown, for being so greedy and uncaring for the safety of your villagers.

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