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About 46 Percent Of Ocean County Still In The Dark

Town-by-town breakdown

JCP&L reported about 111,872 of the 242,872 customers in Ocean County remained in the dark as of about 11 a.m. Saturday, according to its outage map.

Power outage numbers, meanwhile, continued to drop slightly across the state Saturday.

JCP&L reported in a release on that the majority of customers will be restored by November 7.

The site also contains a .PDF that details the specific areas that are expected to receive power over the coming weekend.

Here is a town-by-town breakdown (number of outages verses number of total customers):


  BARNEGAT TOWNSHIP 1,207 7,494 16%
  BAY HEAD BOROUGH 1,024 1,273 80%
  BEACHWOOD BOROUGH 2,920 3,885 75%
  BERKELEY TOWNSHIP 17,221 24,644 70%
  BRICK TOWNSHIP 18,201 35,920 51%
  ISLAND HEIGHTS BOROUGH 894 1,107 81%
  JACKSON TOWNSHIP 8,157 21,896 37%
  LACEY TOWNSHIP 5,263 13,088 40%
  LAKEHURST BOROUGH 337 1,257 27%
  LAKEWOOD TOWNSHIP 14,967 28,679 52%
  LAVALLETTE BOROUGH <5 740 <1%
  MANCHESTER TOWNSHIP 5,015 25,507 20%
  MANTOLOKING BOROUGH 253 566 45%
  OCEAN GATE BOROUGH 1,156 1,438 80%
  OCEAN TOWNSHIP 1,942 4,797 40%
  PINE BEACH BOROUGH 697 963 72%
  PLUMSTED TOWNSHIP 837 3,588 23%
  POINT PLEASANT BEACH BOROUGH 2,081 3,981 52%
  POINT PLEASANT BOROUGH 4,282 9,763 44%
  SEASIDE HEIGHTS BOROUGH 19 55 35%
  SEASIDE PARK BOROUGH 157 2,898 5%
  SOUTH TOMS RIVER BOROUGH 847 1,449 58%
  TOMS RIVER TOWNSHIP 24,393 47,884 51%
Diana November 03, 2012 at 10:02 PM
Can you ask the mayor of our town if garbage, recyclables are cut up tree debris will be picked up soon. Any idea where bay bridge village off burnt tavern stands regarding electric.
R. Licursi November 04, 2012 at 12:01 AM
Compliments to Point Pleasant police - Boro and Beach. I emailed Boro seeking info on a relative. In less than half hour Boro chief re-directed it to Beach Police. Forty-five minutes after that I had a welfare check on my relative. Thank you for your prompt work - even for non-resident. Best wishes for you all to pull through.
Sandy Anagnostis-Peace November 04, 2012 at 12:04 PM
Power trucks in silverton?? That would be a NO!!!ugh
Kjjd112 November 04, 2012 at 01:16 PM
Still freezing on Drum Point Rd in Brick... Since last Monday. :(
Scott Neuman November 04, 2012 at 01:20 PM
Watched thirty Alabama Electric roll into Blue Claws. Be nice to see a few roll into Manchester?
JD November 04, 2012 at 01:30 PM
Saw 50 trucks from Ohio driving north from Atlantic City on GSP yesterday morning...
Hunter November 04, 2012 at 03:16 PM
Half of drum point still w/o power since monday. Would love to know specifics of progress and order to which power is restored. Specifics as to where trucks are working and what is the priority they're working. Not that 10% of brick outages has had power restored in 6 days.
Judith Millar November 04, 2012 at 04:12 PM
Midstream area east of JORDAN RD still no power...we are devastated here and it's not reported anywhere. Also...what are our preps for the upcoming storm Wednesday?
Barbara November 04, 2012 at 04:15 PM
This location must have been hit pretty bad. I am almost certain there would be no power and the person would have had mandatory evacuation. I have been checking in on people for loved ones, but this area would be blocked by police. I have had great success by calling the non-emergency police #'s for the town that people are in. They have been able to provide updates on residents or check ins to make sure they are OK. Call Brick non-emergency # 732-262-1100. They will need address and names of people. All my prayers that you are reunited with your loved one.
John E November 04, 2012 at 04:25 PM
Manchester has 75% with power and about 25% (5,000 customers) without still. I believe Toms River is in worst shape...almost 50% with and 50% without.
none of yobusiness November 04, 2012 at 04:28 PM
Why havent I seen any comments from our always vocal Mayor and Council here in Brick? Not surprising yet totally disappointing! These are the times we as residents get to see who the real leaders are.
Ray C. November 04, 2012 at 04:33 PM
I saw a JCPL truck in the Holiday City section of Toms River (near Yorktowne Blvd) this morning. Hoping we're winning the power lottery today. Everyone stay warm!
James Hare November 04, 2012 at 05:56 PM
We have families in our thoughts and prayers during theses difficult times. JP Hare Electric 732-237-4978
Capt O November 04, 2012 at 06:36 PM
OK day 6 and still no power. Streets on both sides of me have power but not our street. Have not seen a JCPL truck in my Brick neighborhood since storm started. Have seen Comcast around and have cable. House getting cold, even though sun is out.
JERRY O November 04, 2012 at 06:47 PM
NO POWER IN THE SKYMANOR SECTION OFF DRUM POINT, HEARD WE SHARE SAME SUPPLY AS BARRIER ISLAND THATS WHAT THE DELAY IS WISH THEY WOULD CUT OFF ONLY WHAT THEY NEED TO INSTEAD OFF KEEPING FULL SECTIONS OFF. KEEP WATCHING PERCENTAGE OFF THIS MORNING @ 10 40% NOW ITS BACK UP TO 48% WHATS GOIN ON.
ben dover November 04, 2012 at 09:43 PM
When the power is out you can find good stuff while looting there isn't any alarms.
Anthony November 04, 2012 at 10:25 PM
Does anybody have any information regarding trick or treating tomorrow? In Brick or any other town?
Kelly Finley-Volk November 04, 2012 at 11:17 PM
After coming home from helping a friend clean out her post sandy home, there was a convoy of electrical trucks heading into the Oakridge section of TR. These men were from Southern Georgia and they could not have been nicer. Thanks to all the hard working utility workers! Maybe there will be heat tonight. Bless all my friends .
clyde November 04, 2012 at 11:34 PM
Any update on the Bay Bridge neighborhood in Brick? Power has been restored to the surrounding area, but not here yet. Call JCP&L & they can't tell you anything. If its going to be a few days, just come out & say something. Temps are dropping & with no power or heat have to start worrying about the pipes.
Diana Rosso November 05, 2012 at 12:53 AM
Again I am writing about Bay Bridge village in Brick. Is there a possibility that we are our for 2 more weeks due to sub station problems. If so verify so we know that. Can the municipal office verify and post for us to know.
Carole W November 05, 2012 at 01:07 AM
Does anyone know what is happening in Cherry Quay, Brick?
Hometown November 05, 2012 at 01:56 AM
All of Princeton avenue is sitting in the pitch black. I spoke to a person on Friday who said the earliest would be Wednesday. It could be 7-10 additional days once they get to the substation to see damage. Also said we had a massive amount of lines down. She mantaloking road would be 7-10 days due to the Number of downed poles. Where are the leaders of our community in all of this? Any word from them on estimated dates of power restoration?
Momma T November 05, 2012 at 02:25 AM
Diana; Garbage has been suspended until further notice. Dumpsters have been placed at some of the Schools (Brick Memorial High School) for your household trash. Recycling has to be taken to Ridge Road.
darrell November 05, 2012 at 02:39 AM
I had garbage pick up 7PM Saturday night. Cedarwood Park section. Thank you DPW.
Mike November 05, 2012 at 06:31 AM
I don't know where JCPL gets those numbers but NOBODY in Ocean Gate has power!
lifelonginbrick November 05, 2012 at 05:34 PM
Per the local channel normal garbage pick up is set to resume today in areas where the trucks can get through.
lifelonginbrick November 05, 2012 at 05:41 PM
It's weird but I have parital power. Only my living,dining & bedroom outlets work. I'm very grateful that I have at least some power and my uncle (a retired electrician) was able to switch my heat pump to a circut that works but it's really weird having only half power when all my neighbors are back up to full power. Does anyone else out there have this going on too?
EdRoy November 05, 2012 at 09:27 PM
Fix bay bridge!! It's freezing! Part of the neighborhood has power but the majority does not, hvent seen trucks in days at the frede park sub station. This neighborhood was not hit particularly hard, don't understand the delay, would love some info!!
clyde November 06, 2012 at 08:19 PM
Still no power in bay bridge. Power all around but not for us. No info from township or jcpl now this is ridiculous! Its been long enough and we have been more than patient.
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