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
  • Wynwood
  • 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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Kyle November 01, 2012 at 11:08 PM
Only in some spots Scott. Whispering Woods still has 500+ units with no power.
Linda Bozowski November 02, 2012 at 12:54 AM
George's road the entire length. Railroad gates still down. Spotty traffic lights at Kingston and deans lanes. Five corners is very dangerous as is the new 522 intersection is scary
sbmomofthree November 02, 2012 at 04:37 AM
We are one of the lucky ones- our power came back on. I feel guilty that we have it. We have offered our home to many friends just so they can charge up and warm up. I know that it is frustrating for everyone- but the crews are out there working, there is just a lot to do and not enough people to do it. Resources are stretched thin throughout the state. Home Depot was running on generators so that people could get in and get some supplies. Same with some of the food stores. No priority was given. Wynwood was excited to get power this afternoon only to have a transformer fire and they are back to no power. Many of the township workers have yet to see their families- they are busy trying to clear up the road and trees. Our volunteer firemen and first aiders have also be busy. And our police have done a great job. We need to be thankful for what we have- seeing the devastation throughout NJ and New York, we as a community are lucky. Give these workers time- many of them live in NJ and probably haven't been home to their families.
fanmandenman November 02, 2012 at 05:29 AM
it is also the Stop & Shop where you buy food...
Robin Rago November 02, 2012 at 08:06 AM
There are house on Deans lane still without power....71 and 73 are two....apparently they are patched into a diffrent "grid" from everyone else!!!! Hard to stay patient when everyone went back to normal life by 1030am the next morning!!!
SBS November 02, 2012 at 11:28 AM
Anyone have an update on Hickory Ridge?
Veda November 02, 2012 at 12:05 PM
Before they said power will be restored at Whispering Woods on Nov. 5th. Now it all of a sudden says Nov.9th? How are residential areas the last priority considering we're all freezing when we sleep every night?
Bev Caruso November 02, 2012 at 12:22 PM
Scott, sometime last night the power went out again across the street from WW. So Wynwood is down and the Valero gas station near Raymond Road is out of power now. Rt 1 south in West Windsor at the circle has some gas stations open. However rumor has it they are only allowing you to put $20 dollars in your tank.
AH November 02, 2012 at 01:13 PM
Anyone know about Southridge Hills Townhouses off of New Road and Rt 522? We lost power on Monday evening. I drove past New Rd while heading up Rt 1 N and could still see trees down. Last year with Irene, we didn't get power back until the downed trees on New Rd were cleared. Still waiting...
Bev Caruso November 02, 2012 at 01:37 PM
Whisperwoods experienced the same problem with Irene so I think it is safe to say we may be on the same power grid as you are. I drove past New Road this morning and there is NO activity on that road. I am not saying PSE&G are not working hard and I am extremely grateful to all the out of state contractors. I would just like to see one of them in my area or at least hear more info as to why New Road has not been addressed. Power restoration on New Rd would also address two of the traffic lights out on Rt 1.
Bev Caruso November 02, 2012 at 05:43 PM
Latest e-mail from South Brunswick - FRIDAY UPDATE: Power information, Fuel locations, food locations 12:30pm FRIDAY UPDATE: Representatives from PSE&G promised additional resources to South Brunswick in the next day. Township officials relayed the scope of the outages to PSE&G. The company could not provide any more specific time table for restoration then 7 days. The warming day shelter, charging stations, and showers are all operational. FEMA representatives were in South Brunswick to help assess the situation. Power reports are only estimations based on citizen feedback and officer observations. PSE&G has the official list and residents should call 1-800-436-7734 to report outages. Power has been restored to Finnegans Lane and Route 1 intersection. It is unclear if the restored power applies to any of the Finnegans Lane homes affected by the outage. Power remains out in the following areas that were previously believed to have been restored – parts of Fresh Impressions Development, Tamaron Woods, The Villagio , parts of Friendship Road ***FUEL LOCATIONS*** Wawa - Route 535 / Deans Rhode Hall Road Valero – Route 27 / Allston Road Valero – both locations Route 130 – Distribution Way and Dey Road Valero – Route 1 by Deans Lane Lukoil – Rout 27 Sunocco – 27 /18 Shell – 1/ Finnegans Lane ***FOOD Stop-Shop – Route 27- limited Stop-Shop – Route 522 – limited ShopRite – Route 130 (North Brunswick)- Full power
Scott Calandra November 03, 2012 at 02:14 AM
Something very weird just happened when I signed into my pseg account. There's an automated message that says power will be restored by November 9th. And right underneath it. Another message says power has been restored to your area. My power is still out. Anyone else get this message?
Alfonso November 03, 2012 at 12:19 PM
Avenue f
Alfonso November 03, 2012 at 12:20 PM
Avenue F
Alfonso November 03, 2012 at 12:21 PM
Black horse lane
primerose November 03, 2012 at 12:46 PM
Dayton center II has no power since Monday.. I am yet to see one PSE&G truck in the area. It is frustrating to see every other place in the neighborhood with electricity and our area in the dark.
Dave November 03, 2012 at 01:05 PM
The 7 houses in the middle of cranston Road still do not have power, but both ends of the street do. called pseg several times. they insist power to cranston has been restored.
Michael R November 03, 2012 at 02:56 PM
Southridge hills don't have power yet. Another week for restoration is crazy with smaller kids. Our utilities are decades old and need new infrastructures asap. Our crews are working hard but the utilities are piece of junk so what can they do? All we can say is that sit and pray hoping these will work eventually within a week. No one gives the details of whats being done to restore. I have two small kids and its cruel not to have heat when temp @30s at night.
JChan November 03, 2012 at 09:34 PM
Summerfield Development has power back at around 4 pm
Dave November 04, 2012 at 05:42 AM
Just called PSE&G for the 7th time in 7 days. Hold time was exactly 19 minutes at 1:30 am in the morning - ridiculous! Told the system is down and no previously reported incidents can be looked up. again - ridiculous! Both ends of Cranston road have power but 8 homes in the middle of the block do not. Again - ridiculous ! Every time one of my neighbors calls we are given a different story . They range from " your power was restored already" " your scheduled for Nov 11th" "your scheduled for Nov 9th" "your scheduled for Nov 5th" " we have no record of power down there" and so many others. I understand this is a disaster of proportions never seen before but PLEASE!! How about getting some competent people on board to get things moving forward. I have not seen one PSE&G vehicle since the storm. Where are these workers ? Big time Failure PSE&G !!!! Shame on you ! YOU FAILED ONCE AGAIN WITH YOUR POOR INFORMATION & ORGANIZATION!
Karen Miller November 04, 2012 at 01:36 PM
I called yesterday and was told that my development on culver road would get power on Friday, November 9th. That's the third time I was told November 9th so I have to believe that's when it will happen. I think PSEG told the mayor what they thought he wanted to hear. It is ridiculous.
Michael November 04, 2012 at 09:28 PM
I live in Quincy Circle, Dayton. I was told by automated message 11/9 But every courtyard in Quincy except for two L&M and J&K have power. My God how wrong and how is that possible but it is...I understand that they're others without power but this completely UNACCEPTABLE !!!! Not in any other industry would this type of outage be acceptable. Please give me power back..
Karen Miller November 04, 2012 at 10:20 PM
The trucks have finally made it to Culver Road along with the replacement parts. Maybe tonight power will be restored.......
Waiting for Power November 05, 2012 at 02:15 PM
Did anyone from Liberty Drive, Dayton get power back? Its cooolllddd..
Karen Miller November 05, 2012 at 03:09 PM
Culver station still without power. Trees have been cleared on culver road and new equipment is on the ground but not hooked up.
Surekha Sampale November 05, 2012 at 06:55 PM
Culver Station still without power. Please give us the update. Thanks for your help!
Karen Miller November 05, 2012 at 07:40 PM
Culver station now has power.
Waiting for Power November 05, 2012 at 07:41 PM
Karen Miller November 05, 2012 at 07:45 PM
I hope you do too........
Waiting for Power November 05, 2012 at 08:01 PM
OMG!! I think i have power...


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