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NYC Severe Weather

    NYC Severe Weather is a site for residents to learn more about how severe weather emergencies are affecting New York City.

NYC Continues Response to September 1 Flash Flood Emergency

New York City government agencies, along with state and federal government partners, nonprofit organizations, and community-based organizations are working together to connect families and individuals to critical services, including enrollment in public benefits and health insurance, housing, food assistance, and mental health counseling, at collocated disaster recovery centers.

Services will be available to all visitors. Visitors to the sites will not be asked about their immigration status. 

The following locations will be open daily from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.:
  • Bronx
    Hostos Community College: East Academic Complex
    500 Grand Concourse
    Bronx, NY 10451

  • Brooklyn
    Medgar Evers College: Classroom P23
    231 Crown Street
    Brooklyn, NY 11225

  • Queens
    Queens College: Student Union
    152-45 Melbourne Avenue
    Flushing, NY 11367

  • Staten Island
    College of Staten Island: Gymnasium Building R1
    2800 Victory Boulevard
    Staten Island, NY 10314

The Manhattan service center location is now closed. Impacted Manhattan residents can call 311 or visit a center in a different borough to access City services.

More Updates & Resources

For real-time weather information, visit the National Weather Service.

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