Press Release

PSEG Long Island: Storm Update - Aug. 24, 2019 6:00 a.m. ET

PSEG Long Island is reporting 3,791 of its approximately 1.1 million customers across Long Island and the Rockaways are currently without power. 

  • As of 5 a.m. Saturday, the company has restored service to approximately 95 percent of the customers affected by the storm.
  • We expect to restore power to the remaining customers by 4 p.m. this afternoon or sooner. All outstanding jobs have a crew assigned.
  • More than 2,000 line workers, tree trimmers, surveyors and other utility personnel are onsite to address outages.
  • Crews have been working day and night, and will continue to work until all power is restored.
  • Information about PSEG Long Island’s restoration process is available at

For customers affected

  • PSEG Long Island has set up its mobile command units in the hardest hit areas (the Townships of Babylon and Islip) as community outreach center offering ice, water and snacks, device charging and air conditioning to cool off. The centers will be open tomorrow – Saturday 8: a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
  • Babylon - in the municipal parking lot located on the northeast corner of Little East Neck Road at 7th Street in Babylon (across from the CVS)
  • Islip – Gardiner Manor Mall - 834 Sunrise Highway (at Manor Lane) in Bay Shore (by the Old Navy store)

Stay connected:

  • To report and receive status updates on an outage Text OUT to PSEGLI (773454) or to report an outage online visit You can also report an outage through the PSEG Long Island skill on the Alexa app on your smartphone.
  • To report an outage or downed wire call PSEG Long Island’s 24-hour Electric Service number: 800-490-0075.
  • Follow PSEG Long Island on Facebook and Twitter to report an outage and for updates before, during and after the storm.
  • Visit PSEG Long Island’s outage map to view outage information across Long Island and the Rockaways at . The online Outage Map continues to update with new outages that are unrelated to the storm. The Outage Map statistics will continue to diverge from the number of customers affected by the storm, which PSEG Long Island tracks separately.
  • To view photos of storm damage, visit