Days after Super Storm Sandy slammed into the northeast and most Rye and Rye Brook residents still do not have electricity, school is still out and many roads remain closed.
We have compiled all of our Sandy recovery and power restoration information here for you to contribute to and check frequently for updates.
City officials say their DPW crews and Con Edison have been working closely to assess damage, clear debris and start putting Rye back on the grid. However, many residents report they have not seen any Con Edison trucks in their neighborhoods. We saw two Con Ed crews while out in Rye Brook and Rye Thursday.
We ask you to please add your information in the comments to make this as comprehensive as possible. Let us know when you get power back, when your road opens up, or where you are seeing Con Edison trucks around town.
Con Edison Updates:
Con Ed: Expect 'Significant Progress' Over Next 2 Days
Astorino: Con Ed Has Not Diverted Resources Away from Westchester
Thousands Still Without Power in Rye Area
Con Ed: Restoration Underway; Dry Ice Distribution (Wed., Oct. 31)
Halloween Cancelled; Con Ed Update; Dry Ice; Green Waste Pickup (Tuesday, Oct. 30)
Places with Power and Internet in Rye Area
Rye City Updates:
Rye Schools Closed Friday; 600 Get Power; 17 Roads Cleared
(Tuesday, Oct. 30)
Hurricane Sandy: Rye Warns that Many Dangers Linger (Tuesday, Oct. 30)
Rye Officials Urge Residents to Stay Home (Tuesday, Oct. 30)
Rye Brook Updates:
Post Storm Update from the Village of Rye Brook
Rye Brook Police: Do Not Trick or Treat Today
Blind Brook and Rye City schools have been closed all week. Blind Brook will be closed Friday. Rye City has not announced a Friday cancellation as of 12 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 1.