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Municipal Closures - Program
Tornado-Related Disaster Resources

DSS office in Rome is closed, Utica office remains open. 207 N James Street,Rome NY 13440 has emergency DSS workers available for assistance.Oneida County court houses are closed as are the parks and pools. City Hall is open until 4:30pm.

Electricity - Program
Tornado-Related Disaster Resources

National Grid is working on restoring power but does not have an ETA on when this will be accomplished.Callers can check the National Grid outage map for updates: https://outagemap.ny.nationalgridus.com/

Travel/Transportation - Program
Tornado-Related Disaster Resources

TravelTo report trees blocking roads, contact DPW at 315-339-7635For information on road closures, refer to 511Road closure map: https://ocgov.net/news/rome-tornado-response-updates/ The curfew has been liftedTransportationSt. John's Church, 210 E Dominick Street, Rome, NY is offering free shuttle to/from the shelter until 11pm.United Way of Mohawk Valley is offering free Lyft rides up $26 (will be charged for any cost over $26) up until 8pm (rides can be scheduled for later than 8pm).Call: 315- …

Clothing/Supplies - Program
Tornado-Related Disaster Resources

Lowes of Rome, 1230 Erie Boulevard W, Rome, NY is handing out buckets of tornado clean-up supplies at 10am on 7/22Center for Family Life and Recovery, 201 W Dominick Street, Rome, is providing tarps and clothing from 8am-6pmConnected Community Schools, 207 North James Street, Rome, is providing diapers, wipes, and personal hygiene products from 9am-6pmSalvation Army, 410 W Dominick Street, Rome, is providing vouchers for their thrift store.South Rome Senior Center, 112 Ridge Street, …

Federal Emergency Management Agency Region 2 - Agency

1 World Trade Center
New York, NY

Manages federal efforts to reduce the loss of life through a comprehensive, all-hazards emergency management program of emergency planning, preparedness, mitigation, response, and recovery.

Disaster Cycle Services - Program
American Red Cross of Eastern New York

33 Everett Road
Albany, NY

Provides assistance and care to families immediately in the event of natural and other disasters including home fires, flood, and power outages due to storms.

Emergency Shelter - Program
Tornado-Related Disaster Resources

Shelters should only be utilized by those who have been displaced from their homes. Neither shelter has a direct phone number.Madison County: The emergency shelter in Canastota has closed.Oneida County: Aviation Center, 394 Hangar Road, Gate 35 Rome, NY 13441. There is a shuttle to the shelter at St. John's Church, 210 E Dominick St, Rome, NY 13440. Red Cross is providing food and lodging.Portable showers available at the shelter.Both shelters are able to accommodate those of all needs. …

Animal/Pet Care - Program
Tornado-Related Disaster Resources

American Red Cross Shelter, 394 Hangar Road, Rome, is providing an animal shelter.Center for Family Life & Recovery, 201 W Dominick Street, Rome, is providing pet food from 8am-6pm

HEAP Outreach - Program
Mohawk Valley Community Action Agency

287 Genesee Street
Utica, NY

Provides HEAP outreach and assists clients with HEAP applications. 

Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) - Program
Herkimer County Department of Social Services

301 North Washington Street
Suite 2110
Herkimer, NY

Regular Benefits range from $20 to $500. Amounts depend on income, age of household members, energy costs, and shelter situation. Typically it is a one-time only benefit during the program year.Emergency Benefits are available for persons who are eligible for HEAP and have an energy-related emergency, such as a power shutoff, less than ¼ tank oil, kerosene, or propane, or less than ten days’ supply of wood, pellets, or coal. Applicant households must meet a resource test. Benefit amounts …

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