It really does take a while to recover from a hurricane, especially one as big as Hurricane Sandy. As a reminder, here’s what the earth churned up for us.
Image source: TPM
It was pretty freaking scary – sadly, appropos for Halloween.
So here’s a list of our recent posts that contain helpful info in them, for individuals, families, and businesses:
Power and subway updates after Hurricane Sandy, Queens edition - what trains are running, starting this morning (Thursday, November 1). We’ve got a line-by-line list of the different subway trains in operation (sorry, 7 train – you really get the short end of the stick these days).
Damaged or flooded apartment or business? Check out these resources for help - links, email addresses, and phone numbers of state and federal resources, like FEMA, the Red Cross, and the SBS.
Are you tech ready? – all about preparing the tech side of your life before, during, and after an emergency like Hurricane Sandy.
Queens hurricane evacuation centers – in case you still need one, or a friend/family member does.
Additionally, here are a couple of other very useful links.
Transit Tracker – keep up to date on the dynamic nature of getting public transit back on line.
Astoria NYC Recovers – “This is a recovery organizing site for New York’s Astoria neighborhood in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. The site allows people to offer/request assistance, and is coordinated by the folks at Occupy NYC and community organizations on the ground.”