Updated List of Power Outages in South Brunswick
If you see any area missing, tell us in the comments.
It's estimated that 70 percent of South Brunswick is still without power in the wake of Superstorm Sandy.
South Brunswick officials said the latest estimates from PSE&G for power restoration is 7 to 10 days from today (Wednesday).
The township OEM is creating long term plans to deal with the extended outage in South Brunswick by working with faith based organizations and the business community to coordinate the response.
To report any power outages please call PSE&G at 1-800-436-7734. All outages must be reported by residents to PSE&G directly.
Public service has prioritized the following for restoration:
1) Transmission systems
2) Switch stations
3) Public health and utilities facilities
4) Residential - largest areas affected first
The following is an overview of areas without power. Due to the sheer volume of outages, the list may not be complete. Please tell us in the comments any areas not listed that are still without power.
- Kingston area north of Heathcote Road, including Kingston Terrace area
- Raymond Road area
- Princeton Walk and Gate
- Highgate development
- Stouts Lane area including neighborhoods near high school
- Kendall Park area including both sides of New Road
- Monmouth Walk development
- Dayton - Weatherhill Way development
- The Grande
- Brunswick Acres - Oakey Drive, Matthew Drive, David Court
- Deans Pond Crossing - Chesapeake, Champlain, Potomac
- Heather Knolls
- Whispering Woods
- Ridge Road/New Road/Hillside
- Summerfield Development
- Southridge Woods Apartments, Townhouses
- East Garden Way
- Oaktree Road/Oberman Lane
- Dayton Center II
- Princeton Manor Community
- Wexford Drive
- Davidson Mill Road
- Deans Rhode Hall
- Helen Drive
- The Point at Turnbury
- Royal Oaks - Wildwood and Twin Oaks Court
- The Reserve
- Tamaron Hollow
- Lilac Court
- Princeton Orchard Apartments
- Avenue B
- Broadway Road
- Ireland Brook
- Woodhaven Terrace
- Fair Acres Court
- Old New Road
- Banko Farms
- Debra Drive area
- Quincy Circle
- Ridge Road near Von Thun’s
- Pinter Lane in Monmouth Junction
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