Storm aftermath: Con Ed doesn’t have estimate on restoration in Manor; village officials in touch

Corlies Avenue and Boulevard.

Editor’s note: This story will be updated as we receive new reports.

The Village of Pelham Manor provided the following update on the power outage at 4:11 p.m.:

“The village participated in this morning’s conference call with Consolidated Edison. The damage to their infrastructure throughout the county is extensive. Additional line and tree crews are expected to arrive within the next 24 hours. Con Ed was unable to give an estimated time of restoration at this time. They expect to provide the ETR this afternoon after completing damage assessment.”

(The Examiner has not received an estimate as of 7 p.m.)

The Manor statement further said:

“Con Ed has ice available for pickup at the Cross County Center in Yonkers. This facility will be open until 6 p.m.”

“You can contact Con Ed online @ or by telephone, 800-75ConEd (800-752-6633).”

“In the meantime, we have prioritized downed trees with live wires that are blocking the road or making road usage impossible. These roads include Boston Post Road at the New Rochelle line, Pelhamdale Avenue and Manor Circle. Our police, fire and village hall are operating on generator power and remain open and accessible. Our public works and fire department continue to clear streets and remove debris from the storm.”

On Tuesday, the Village of Pelham Police reported the following street closings due to trees or wires down:

  • River Avenue
  • Boulevard (between NYAC Avenues and Corlies Avenue)
  • 200 block of Ancon Avenue
  • Willow Avenue
  • Loring Avenue/First Street
  • Willow Avenue/Pelhamdale Avenue
  • Chestnut Avenue
  • First Avenue/First Street
  • Willow Avenue/Linden Avenue

“Several traffic signals in the village are currently on a four-way flash or inoperable and should be treated like a four-way stop intersection,” the village police said.