Morris County, NJ Prepares for Hurricane Sandy: Update from

Boonton, Chatham, Madison, Mendham, Morristown, Mountain Lakes, Parsippany, Randolph and other Morris County communities brace for the storm.
Oct. 28, 2012 - PRLog -- According to, the Morris County Office of Emergency Management is closely monitoring Hurricane Sandy as it approaches our area.

OEM urges Morris County residents to take steps to prepare for heavy rain, flash flooding, river flooding and strong winds.

More information can be found on the OEM Public Information blog.

While county government offices will be closed to the public Monday, October 29, because of Hurricane Sandy, the government will continue to function from its Emergency Operations Center at the Public Safety Training Academy on West Hanover Avenue in Parsippany.

Essential facilities such as Morris View Healthcare Center and the Morris County Correctional Facility will be operational, and the Road and Bridge Division will be out in force removing debris and downed trees from county roads and making emergency repairs to damaged roads and bridges where necessary.

The Morris County Office of Emergency Management continues to monitor the storm. To stay up-to-date on Sandy, visit the OEM website at

Visit at for storm updates and other Morris County, New Jersey Hurricane Sandy news.
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