Town of Southampton

Power On Projects

PSEG Long Island is committed to strengthening the electric infrastructure and improving reliability and will be continuing to storm harden the system. Power On will focus on mainline circuits, the backbone of PSEG Long Island’s distribution system. The mainlines feed the many branch lines that power the homes and businesses in your community.

For a list of completed projects, visit the Town of Southampton Completed Projects page. 

 

Noyack and the Village of Sag Harbor in the Towns of Southampton and East Hampton

The route will cover approximately 6 miles along an electric main line circuit. 

Start Date: November 2018
Posted Date: October 23, 2018

PSEG Long Island crews will be working on the following streets:
Noyac Road between Bay Avenue and Brick Kiln Road
Stony Hill Road between Noyac Road and Rosewood Drive
Hildreth Street between Noyac Road and Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike
Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike between Hildreth Street and Scuttle Hole Road
Brick Kiln Road between Noyac Road and Main Street
Jermain Avenue between Main Street and Division Street
Division Street between Jermain Avenue and Hampton Street
Elizabeth Street between Division Street and Atlantic Avenue
Atlantic Avenue between Elizabeth Street and Clinton Street
Clinton Street between Atlantic Avenue and Hampton Street
Hampton Street between Clinton Street and Eastville Avenue
Eastville Avenue between Hampton Street and Hempstead Street
Oakland Avenue between Jermain Avenue and Main Street
Palmer Terrace between Jermain Avenue and Main Street
Main Street between Palmer Terrace and Garden Street
Garden Street between Main Street and Spring Street
Spring Street between Garden Street and Main Street
Bridge Street between Spring Street and West Water Street
Rose Street between Bridge Street and Meadow Street

In addition, switching equipment will be replaced at Noyac Road west of Brick Kiln Road and Brick Kiln Road west of Main Street.


Tuckahoe and the Village of Southampton

The route will cover approximately 4.5 miles along an electric main line circuit.

Start Date: October 2018
Posted Date: October 23, 2018

PSEG Long Island crews will be working on the following streets:
Halsey Neck Lane between Meadow Lane and Boyeson Road
Boyeson Road between Halsey Neck Lane and Captains Neck Lane
Captains Neck Lane between Boyeson Road and Hill Street
Hill Street between Montauk Highway and Halsey Street
Montauk Highway between Hill Street and Osceola Lane
Tuckahoe Lane between Montauk Highway and North Highway (Route 27)
Halsey Street between Hill Street and West Prospect Street
West Prospect Street between Halsey Street and North Sea Road

In addition, switching equipment will be installed at Tuckahoe Lane south of North Highway (Route 27), Montauk Highway west of Tuckahoe Lane, Hill Street west of Lee Avenue and Captains Neck Lane south of Hill Street.


Village of Southampton

The route will cover approximately 3 miles along an electric main line circuit.

Start Date: November 2018
Posted date: October 23, 2018

PSEG Long Island crews will be working on the following streets:
Prospect Street between North Main Street and North Sea Road
West Prospect Street between South Street and North Sea Road
North Sea Road between Prospect Street and Windmill Lane
Windmill Lane between North Sea Road and Hill Street
Culver Street between First Neck Lane and Pond Lane
Pond Lane between Culver Street and Hill Street
Hill Street between Windmill Lane and Jobs Lane
Jobs Lane between Hill Street and South Main Street
Meeting House Lane between South Main Street and dead end
Little Plains Road between Meeting House Lane and Gin Lane
Herrick Road between Little Plains Road and Old Town Road
Nugent Street (Route 27A) between Windmill Lane and Main Street
Hampton Road (Route 27A) between Main Street and Little Plains Road

In addition, switching equipment will be replaced at Hampton Road (Route 27A) east of Elm Street and Meetinghouse Lane east of Little Plains Road


Village of Southampton

The route will cover approximately 1,300 feet along an electric main line circuit.

Start Date: September 2019
Posted date: October 1, 2019

PSEG Long Island crews will be working on the following streets:
Hampton Road between Main Street and Little Plains Road