Staying Safe Throughout the Storm
The following are useful links for information and assistance during the storm.
This website has a number of free publications and information for preparing and surviving during natural disasters, including information on how to prepare an emergency kit, how to protect your home, and how to prepare food without electricity: http://www.ready.gov/
Receive alerts for Monroe county on your phone or through your email account: https://monroe.alertpa.org/index.php?CCheck=1
For school closings and news: https://monroe.alertpa.org/index.php?CCheck=1
For PP&L information on outages in our area: https://www.pplelectric.com/my-account/login.aspx?qs=COtAvXS38WDPTCEIedFnP55q7ebp0LDqWp2ChtNpkkpD-YIAdwW8XB7BGkNM0b0pChaCK6zMenAgqh1BIeilW_4a2wTGlvQgjbGBYVr5V7zDTgGGxCA_GEL2o-4X8v720
An article on cooking without electric power:http://www.survivalinsight.com/cooking-without-power.html
How to know what food is safe after an outage: http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-204_162-57541978/how-to-keep-your-food-safe-if-hurricane-sandy-cuts-electricity/
Pocono Mountain West High School, 570-476-3800
Tobyhanna Volunteer Fire Company in the Emergency Service building off route 940. 570-646-9133.
Tunkhannock Township – Tunkhannock Township Volunteer Fire Department on Long Pond Road. 570-646-2265
WNEP alerts and up to date Weather alerts: http://wnep.com/
ELA Public Safety Department 570-643-3385.
Please remember if you need immediate emergency assistance, call 911.
Posted on October 29, 2012, in In the News and tagged Emerald Lakes, Emerald Lakes Association, emergency preparedness, HOA, Homeowner's Association, hurricane, storm. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.