Princeton Road Closure Update, February 6, 4 p.m.

Princeton Center for Yoga and Health Teacher Louise Profit practices handstands in the snow Monday.
Princeton Center for Yoga and Health Teacher Louise Profit practices handstands in the snow Monday.

The following traffic lights are not functioning:

Rt. 206/Mountain Ave.
Great Rd/Stuart Rd.
Rosedale/Province Line

The following roads are still impassable due to storm damage:

Rosedale Rd. between Johnson Park School and Elm Rd.
Province Line between Rt. 206 and Rosedale Rd.
Stuart Rd. between Bouvant and Hardy Dr.
Carter Rd. between Rosedale and Rt. 206 in Lawrence Township.

Princeton roads with trees in road or wires as of 4 p.m.:

Trees down

100 block of Lafayette
1st block of Boudinot
200 block of Shadybrook La.
1st block of Moore
1st block of Pheasant Hill
300 block of Russell Rd
300 block of Jefferson Rd.
1st block of Hardy Dr.
900-1000 block of Stuart Rd.
Audubon/Province Line
Brooks Bend
Castle Howard Ct.
Poor Farm Rd.
Prettybrook btw Great/Pheasant Hill
Rosedale at Christopher

Wires down

1200 block of Great Rd.
100 block of Balcourt
1st block Horner La
200 block of Mercer
300 block of Western Way
1st block of Caldwell
700 block Prospect
Robert Rd
1st block of Jefferson
Bertrand Dr.
Elm Rd. /Alison Rd
Evergreen Cir
Hemlock Cir
Hun Rd.
Lake at Riverside
Linden at Hamilton
Maple St
McCosh Cir.
Morgan Pl.
Parkside Dr.
Province Line/Rosedale
Rosedale Lane
Woodside at Prospect
Heather at Cherry Valley

Trees and wires

1000 block of Mercer
1000 block of Stuart Rd
1st block of Dickinson
1st block of Hemlock
1st block of Dodds
1st block of Bank St.
1st block of Haslet
200 block of Mercer
1st block of Race
1st block of Mason Dr.
1st block of Lovers
500 block of Mercer
601 Ewing St. (roadway closed)
1st block of Bertrand
Basin St.
Clover/Deer Path
Drakes Corner
Edgerstn/Hun Sch
Lilac at Hodge
Mt Lucas/Ewing
Rosedale/ Gen. Johnson    JP School
Snowden/Smoyer Pk.
Stuart/Cherry Hill
Tyson La.
Winant/Hun School

Block number indicate a range on any given street where a problem exists. If your specific house number is not listed but your block is, Princeton Police have any wires/trees down on our list. Public Works crews are working to clear all streets, and PSE&G has been notified of downed wires. As PSE&G crews make progress in clearing problem areas, locations will be removed from this list.

Afternoon message from town administration:

The town’s emergency staff met at 3:00PM today to assess the progress that is being made by local crews and in particular PSE&G on power restoration.

Public Service continues to work on problem areas in the Town. They have significant manpower and crews working to restore power and will be working into the evening hours. We are monitoring their progress and continue to report issues to them as they come to our attention.

Residents are reminded that as power does return to their areas and if your property remains without power you should call PSE&G at 1-800-436-7734. It is also not unusual that as power is restored to areas that they need to interrupt power in some additional areas in which to bring larger system areas back on line.

Public works will continue the storm debris clean-up tomorrow and Saturday. In addition they will be removing snow from certain areas.
This removal effort will take place early in the morning. This may cause some disruption in certain areas of the central business district and on some other localized streets, but must be done in preparation for any future snow or weather events.

Warming stations at Witherspoon Hall will continue to be available for residents. In addition both the public Library and McCaffrey’s are available for the public during their normal business hours.