Recent Messages

7/30/2015 8:08:43 AM
Notify NYC - Power Outage
Notification issued 7/30/15 at 8:07 AM. Con Edison is responding to a power outage in the Washington Heights section of Manhattan, including parts of ZIP code: 10040. To report a loss of electric service, contact Con Edison at 1-800-752-6633. If you are affected by an outage, turn off all appliances, avoid downed and hanging power lines, and keep refrigerator and freezer doors closed to prevent food spoilage. Do not use generators indoors. If you are having a life threatening medical emergency and need immediate assistance, please dial 9-1-1. Report power outages to Con Edison at 1-800-752-6633 or, if you have a speech or hearing impairment, report outages to 1-800-642-2308. To view this message in American Sign Language (ASL) with audio and subtitles, please visit:

7/30/2015 2:35:13 AM
Notify NYC - Mass Transit Restoration
Notification issued 7/30/15 at 2:33 AM. Following an earlier suspension, 4 train service has resumed in both directions between 86th Street, Manhattan and 149th Street, Bronx. Expect residual delays. Visit for additional information.

7/30/2015 1:57:30 AM
Notify NYC - Mass Transit Disruption
Notification issued 7/30/15 at 1:56 AM. Due to signal problems, 4 train service is suspended between 86th Street, Manhattan and 149th Street, Bronx in both directions. Consider alternate routes and allow for additional travel time.

7/29/2015 8:28:27 PM
Notify NYC - Silver Alert
Silver Alert issued 7/29/15 at 8:27 PM. NYPD has issued a Silver Alert in regards to the disappearance of Edith Schneider, an 87-year-old Hispanic female, from the area of Lexington Avenue and East 109th Street in Manhattan. She is described as being 5'5" tall and 150lbs with gray hair and brown eyes. Ms. Schneider also walks with a cane. She was last seen at approximately 5:00PM on 7/28 wearing black pants, a white and pink floral shirt, and glasses. A photo of the missing is available at If you see Ms. Schneider, please call 9-1-1.

7/29/2015 3:25:33 PM
Notify NYC - Notification
Notification issued 7/29/15 at 3:25 PM. With the heat indices expected to remain in the mid to high 90s through Thursday, the National Weather Service has extended the previously issued citywide Heat Advisory until 8:00 PM on Thursday, 7/30. These conditions are dangerous to health, especially for people without air conditioning, older adults, and people with chronic health conditions. New Yorkers should use air conditioning to stay cool, go to a place that has air conditioning if it is not available at home, drink water at regular intervals, and limit strenuous activity. New York City has opened cooling centers through Thursday around the five boroughs. Please visit or call 311 for more information on cooling center locations and hours.

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