Long Island, New York
Steven Bellone, County Executive
Heavy snow can immobilize a region and paralyze a city, stranding commuters, closing airports, stopping
the flow of supplies, and disrupting emergency and medical services. The weight of snow can cause roofs
to collapse and knock down trees and power lines. Homes and farms may be isolated for days and unprotected
livestock may be lost. In the mountains, heavy snow can lead to avalanches. The cost of snow removal,
repairing damages, and the loss of business can have severe economic impacts on cities and towns. See weather.gov for the latest forecast.
John G. Jordan Sr.
Director of the Office of Emergency Management
102 EAST AVE
The Office of Emergency Management (OEM) coordinates the county's response to natural or man made disasters. OEM personnel are responsible for the operations of the county's Emergency Operation Center (EOC) and work with local, state, and federal officials in shelter management, planning, resource management, and radiological response coordination.
Phone: (631) 852-4900
Fax: (631) 852-4922
© Suffolk County Government, 2015