UNION, NJ – A State of Emergency has now been declared by Governor Chris Christie hours before a major snowstorm is expected to cover New Jersey. New Jersey Transit service will end at 2:00 a.m. and will begin again upon determination of weather conditions. The latest snow total is expected at 12 to 18 inches, with the heaviest snow starting midday.
Residents are asked to move vehicles from the street to aid in snow removal and in case of emergencies. Visit ready.gov/build-a-kit for resources.
PSEG urges customers to check up on outages using the outage map on their website- pseg.com, and to report outages by calling 800-436-PSEG. Outages can also be reported online by logging into your customer account, or by texting "out" to 47734 if you are a registered customer.
Customers are urged to report a natural gas emergency to the Elizabethtown Gas 24-hour emergency response line at 1-800-492-4009. For additional emergency information including where to park your vehicle during the storm visit uniontownship.com.
Visit uniontownship.com for additional resources, also follow the Township of Union on Facebook and Twitter @TownshipofUnion for live updates.