City of Long Branch Office of Emergency Management

Hurricane Sandy Advisory

 The Long Branch Office of Emergency Management (LBOEM) is advising that residents can stay informed about emergencies and disasters that are occurring in our area, and what the LBOEM is doing to help residents during adverse conditions. LBOEM uses a variety of public information tools to communicate emergency information and information regarding weather closings, early dismissals, delayed openings, possible evacuations, etc.

Both the National Weather Service and the National Hurricane Center are excellent sources of information regarding storm predictions and forecasts.

• National Weather Service

• National Hurricane Center

• New Jersey Office of Emergency Management –

Social Media: Social media and other advanced communications technologies are used by the LBOEM and by emergency managers statewide. Please use any or all of the below listed sources to stay informed:

City of Long Branch CODE RED:

City of Long Branch website:

NJOEM on Facebook:

Comcast – Channel 20

Alert AM – 1620 AM

NJ Alert – NJ Alert is a free, voluntary and confidential emergency alerting system that allows NJ Office of Service warnings, watches, forecasts and other hazard information 24 hours a day, seven-days-a-week.

Traditional Media – Continue to monitor traditional media sources —  TV, radio, internet.