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County Opens Over Two Dozen Hurricane Shelters

In preparation for Hurricane Irene, Nassau County offers places of refuge for residents.

In preparation for Hurricane Irene Nassau County and County Executive EdMangano are opening the following shelters.

All shelters will be open by 7 p.m. this evening.

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, of a non-urgent nature please contact the Nassau County Non-Emergency Hotline Number 1-888-684-4274. For emergencies please contact 911.

Nassau Community College
1 Education Drive
Garden City, NY

AT CAPACITY

 

Westbury HS

1 Post Road

Old Westbury, NY

Hicksville HS

180 Division Avenue

Hicksville, NY

SUNY Farmingdale
2350 Broadhollow Road
Farmingdale, NY

 

Gerald Claps Career and Tech Center

150 Abbey Lane

Levittown, NY

McKenna Elementary School

210 Spruce Street

Massapequa Park, NY

CW Post College
720 Northern Blvd
Brookville, NY

 

Garden City HS

170 Rockaway Avenue

Garden City, NY

John F Kennedy HS

50 Kennedy Drive

Plainview, NY

AT CAPACITY

North Shore HS

450 Glen Cove Ave

Glen Head, NY

Locust Valley HS
99 Horse Hollow Rd
Locust Valley

Sewanhaka HS

500 Tulip Avenue

Floral Park, NY

New Hyde Park HS
500 Leonard Blvd,
New Hyde Park, NY

Glen Cove HS
150 Dosoris Lane
Glen Cove, NY

South HS
341 Lakeville Rd
Great Neck, NY

 

Plainview MS

121 Central Park Rd

Plainview, NY

Great Neck North HS
350 Polo Road
Great Neck, NY

 

Division Avenue HS

120 Division Avenue

Levittown, NY

Farmingdale HS
150 Lincoln Street
Farmingdale, NY

 

Manhasset HS

200 Memorial Pl

Manhasset, NY

Weldon Howitt Middle School

50 Van Cott Avenue

Farmingdale, NY

SUNY Old Westbury

223 Store Hill Road

Old Westbury, NY

Paul Schreiber HS
101 Campus
Port Washington, NY

 

OEM

510 Grumman Road West,

Bethpage, NY

 Wantagh High School

Wantagh, NY

AT CAPACITY

Mineola HS

10 Armstrong Rd

Garden City Park, NY

Bidaewee of Wantagh, which opens Saturday at 1 p.m.

3300 Beltagh Avenue,

Wantagh

 
SYD SCHULDINER August 27, 2011 at 02:03 PM
My wife and I feel very safe in our apartment as we are at least 20 feet above the ground. It would be difficult for us to evacuate as I had major surgery on my leg. We have taken all precautions that can be taken. In fact most of my neighbors are staying put as they feel the same way we do.

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