Little Falls Storm Updates

LITTLE FALLS, NJ - Since the Nor'easter hit, on Wednesday, March 7, the township has suffered from many power outages and roads being blocked due to trees falling.

"There are a number of lines down throughout the town due to trees falling. Most are individual homes with limited exception," Mayor James Damiano said. PSE&G crews worked to restore power to residents since the storm. Tree services are also working cleaning up the roadways. The mayor advises residents to make sure to be aware of your surroundings and watch for fallen trees or down wires. 

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