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West Windsor Police Department, NJ
Tuesday January 24th, 2023 :: 06:00 p.m. EST


Storm Summary for 1/25/2023 by the National Weather Service

Storm Update:

     This will be a rain event for most of us. Please see the Event Summary from the National Weather Service. 


  • Residents are encouraged to prepare for the storm by securing loose items, stocking up on food and needed supplies, charging your phones, tablets, and other mobile devices, and staying off the road during the storm period.
  • Be mindful of the possibility of large tree limbs or trees falling due to wind gusts. There will likely be debris in roadways, use extra caution while driving after the storm subsides.
  • Residents are urged to stay away from any downed wires, and treat all downed wires as “live” even if power appears to be out in the area.
  • Prevention Carbon Monoxide Poisoning - Do not run any fuel-powered generators in a garage or other enclosed space or near windows. This is a good time to test battery-powered smoke and carbon monoxide alarms.
  • DEP Weather Ready -

For Further Details:

Monitor the latest weather forecasts at

Report non-emergent wires or trees down, or other non-emergency calls to West Windsor Police  (609) 799-1222

Report all Emergencies (wires down sparking, trees into homes or buildings, utility emergencies, cars trapped in water, etc) by calling 9-1-1.

As a reminder, do not rely on email or social media to report these issues, even if they seem minor or non-emergent. Please always call the non-emergency number if you are concerned and don’t believe it is an emergency situation warranting a 9-1-1 call.

Flooding Real-time Date

Other Utility Contact Information:




1-888-544-4877 (1-888-LIGHTSS)


1-800-266-2278 Website

 Verizon FiOS

1-888-438-3467 Website

 New Jersey American Water

1-800-272-1325 Website

 Carbon Monoxide 

Any gas appliance can be a source of carbon monoxide, a dangerous gas that deprives the body of oxygen, resulting in serious injury or death. Don't use a gas stove as a source of heat, as this increases the likelihood of carbon monoxide poisoning. Make sure the stove is vented to the outside and the vent it not blocked. Install a carbon monoxide detector in homes where gas appliances, including gas stoves, are being used.

West Windsor Police Department, NJ
271 Clarksville Rd
West Windsor Township, NJ 08550

Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 609-799-1222

Chief Robert Garofalo PhD(c) #143
[email protected]

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