DENVILLE, NJ -- It has been two days since Hurricane Isaias hit Morris County and caused damage to all districts. In the Township of Denville, the road to recovery is starting. Initially, there were more than 5,000 township houses without power. JCP&L now reports that 4,587 customers remain without. A charging station has been set up in the parking lot of Town Hall, located on 1 St. Mary Place, for any township resident who does not have electricity.

Portions of certain streets that still remain closed include Casterline Road, Cedar Lake West, Florence Avenue, Franklin Road, Kitchell Road, Lakewood Drive, Mount Pleasant Turnpike, Old Mill Drive, Parks Road, Pocono Road, Rose Court, West Glen Road, and Zeek Road.

“...power remains out in several areas of town,” said a recent post by the Denville Township Police Department on Nixle on Thur., Aug. 6.

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“JCP&L has been notified of all issues and will continue work to restore power and clear utility poles/power lines from closed roadways as quickly as possible.”

“Thank you for your continued patience during the recovery period.”

For more updates on the hurricane recovery in the township, visit the Nixle webpage established by the Denville Township Police Department at