National Grid Power Outage Map
Check here to see what outages exist in your area directly
from National Grid. Map is updated every 15 minutes. Additional
information available on the National Grid site to report a power
outage in your area.
Ready.Gov - Prepare, Plan, Stay Informed
Ready.gov has a variety of publications for download covering
various topics about planning and preparation for disasters and
Power Outage Safety Tips
The severe winds experienced during hurricanes and tropical
storms have the potential to cause power outages throughout the
Commonwealth during this Hurricane Season. As we have experienced
in recent years with many other types of storms, strong winds have
the capability to topple utility poles and trees, as well as snap
tree limbs causing them to fall on power lines and disrupt
electrical service.The Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency
(MEMA) has tips for dealing with a possible power outage.
After the Hurricane has passed.
It is important to remember that once a Hurricane has passed,
many dangers still exist. You must continue to remain alert at all
times, carefully and promptly following directions from your Public
Safety officials. The Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency
(MEMA) has tips.