In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, New York City is beginning to recover. Our greatest concern has been, and will be, for the safety of our residents and visitors.
While restoring the City’s infrastructure and sense of normalcy will take some time, the situation is improving daily.
For the most current information about services around NYC, visit nyc.gov or the links below.
For current information about the recovery process, as well as messages from Mayor Bloomberg, visit nyc.gov.
NYC Severe Weather
For updates about power, health and safety, transportation, City parks and more, visit the NYC Severe Weather site.
For current information about NYC’s airports, visit panynj.gov. For specific flight-delay information, call your airline directly. You may also visit the links below:
John F. Kennedy International Airport
Newark Liberty International Airport
Stewart International Airport
Before traveling, visitors are advised to reconfirm their hotel reservations directly with the property, regardless of location. For hotel updates, click here.
For up-to-date information about public transportation in NYC, including service changes to subway lines, visit mta.info.
Taxis and livery cars are operating throughout the City.
Broadway, Museums and Other Attractions
Many attractions have resumed operations, including Broadway shows, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Museum of Modern Art, the Empire State Building Observatory and others. For updates, click here.
Some sites, particularly in Lower Manhattan, remain closed until further notice. These include South Street Seaport and the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island.
Volunteering and Donating
Those who wish to assist with the City’s recovery efforts can visit nycservice.org to learn more. Those looking to donate to hurricane relief efforts can visit the site for the Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City.