UPDATED: LIPA Reports Local Power Outages Nearly All Fixed

According to Brookhaven Town, more than 1,000 were without power as of late Saturday night.

UPDATE – Sunday, 10:40 p.m.: According to LIPA's power outage map, power has been restored to all in Three Village with the exception of a handful of customers in Stony Brook.

UPDATE – Sunday, 4:15 p.m.: While outages in the Village of Poquott appear to have spiked, LIPA is reporting that power has been restored to hundreds more in Three Village. Its outage map reads the following remaining outages:

  • Poquott: 153
  • Setauket-East Setauket: 143
  • Stony Brook: 24
  • Old Field: 0

UPDATE – Sunday, 11 a.m.: While Brookhaven Town released a statement saying LIPA had confirmed more than 1,000 power outages as of late Saturday night, the local outages appear to be on the decline again.

According to a LIPA power outage map, fewer than 600 power outages remain in the Three Village area as of approximately 11 a.m.:

  • Setauket-East Setauket: 332
  • Stony Brook: 209
  • Old Field: 45
  • Poquott: Fewer than 5


At our last update on Saturday, Patch reported that local power outages totaled fewer than 900; however, late Saturday night the Town of Brookhaven released a statement that said a LIPA report to town officials showed more than 1,000 without power in the Three Village area.

The outages in the heaviest-hit areas reported are broken down by area:

  • Setauket-East Setauket: 680
  • Stony Brook: 334

According to a LIPA outage map, a handful of customers in Poquott are once again without power, and outages in Old Field rose to 45. Brookhaven Town also reported that nearby Centereach (442) and Lake Grove (283) were hit hard.

The town said in a statement:

"In the report, LIPA indicated that they anticipate taking on additional outages as heavy snow is causing trees to fall on distribution lines. This is why customers may see some areas with restoration numbers going down and others going up. As customers call in the outage, the numbers will fluctuate. LIPA also said restoration times have been extended due to the snow and road conditions."

LIPA serves a total of 190,919 customers in the Town of Brookhaven, where the power agency said 3,283 town residents were experiencing outages as of approximately 11 p.m. Saturday.

Residents without power can make a report to LIPA by calling 800-490-0075,  by text message, visiting its website at www.lipower.org, or by using its mobile app.

Thirty Year Resident. February 10, 2013 at 01:55 PM
Two LIPA trucks sat at the end of my street from 4-10pm and again at 11pm waiting for a plow so they could restore power to my neighbors. No plow came and my street is still unplowed.
joan nugent February 10, 2013 at 03:06 PM
My daughter lives at one dark hollow road in port jefferson. Her power went out on Fri. arount 6 p.m. Today is sunday at 10 a.m. She still has no power and Dark Hollow Road has not been plowed yet. There is a tree down that pulled the wires down. Where are the plows? I lived in Smithtown for 42 years. We always used to laugh at the streets where Brookhaven took over the cleaning after any storm. They were and still are a disaster. Never had this problem in Smithtown. They have not got this problem today. Where are you Brookhaven Still putting the money in your pockets?


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