jcpl outage map

jcpl outage map

UPDATE: 11:00 AM  (7/23)  Monmouth County Sheriff Shaun Golden reports that free ice and water are available at the following locations:
• ShopRite, Rt 36 & Rt 71, W Long Branch
• ShopRite, 2200 Rt 66, Neptune
• ShopRite, 2433 Rt 34, Manasquan
• ShopRite, 1801 Rt 35, Belmar
• Acme, 3241 Rt 9, Freehold
• Acme, 616 Newman Springs Rd., Lincroft
• Acme, 507 Prospect Ave, Little Silver
• Acme, 3505 Rt 9, Old Bridge
• Acme, 5 Ortley Plaza, Seaside Heights
• Foodtown, 2201 Sunset Ave., Ocean
• Foodtown, Route 35 Seagirt Avenue, Sea Girt
• Foodtown, 1562 route 35, Ocean
• Foodtown, 362 Broad St., Red Bank
• Foodtown, 9 Rt 36, Atlantic Highlands
• Foodtown, 426 Rt 36, Port Monmouth

UPDATE: As of 10:30 AM, Tuesday, July 23rd:  97,377 customers are without power.  33.8% of Monmouth County is affected

MONMOUTH COUNTY, NJ – A thunder storm with strong winds moved through the area in the early evening hours Monday, taking down trees and power line throughout the county. 

At 10:30 PM , Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L) reported 127,118 (44.12%) of its customers in the county are without power.


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We want to remind everyone to stay away from down power lines.

Text OUT to 544487 or call 1-888-544-4877 to report outage to JCP&L

Call 911 in an emergency only.

Here is the current outage map from First Energy, the parent company of JCP&L:
http://outages.firstenergycorp.com/nj.html


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