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Where To Charge and Stay Warm In and Around SP-F

A list of charging and warming locations for residents still without power.

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As most of Fanwood and all of Scotch Plains are still without power, many residents are in need of a place to warm up and charge their cell phones and other devices.

The following locations are available to charge devices:

  • Fanwood Memorial Library, North Avenue and Tillotson Road (Sat and Sun, Nov. 3 and 4, 9AM-5PM, 20 minute limit, WIFI also available)

 

  • Fanwood Rescue Squad, 123 Watson Road (Sat and Sun, Nov. 3 and 4, 9AM-5PM, 40 minute limit)

 

  • Evangel Church, 1251 Terrill Road, Scotch Plains (Sunday, Nov. 4, 9AM-2PM, church services at 9AM and 11AM, hot drinks and food, supplies or families in need)

 

  • Scotch Hills Country Club is scheduled to be open as a warming center and a place to recharge cell phones, etc.

 

  • The lobby adjacent to the Police Department in the Municipal building is also open as a charging station.

 

Places available as warming stations:

  • Chelsea Senior Living, 295 South Avenue (no medical care—a place to sit and be warm, have coffee or tea)

 

  • Fanwood Rescue Squad, 123 Watson Road

 

  • Scotch Hills Country Club is scheduled to be open as a warming center and a place to recharge cell phones, etc.

 


Additionally, the following nearby locations outside of SP-F are available: 

Target in Clark: Charging, Warm with Free WiFi and charging.

Dunkin Donuts in Garwood: Warm and Free Wifi (possibly able to charge)

Cranford Community Center: Warm and charging available.

Bohemian Rasberry in Westfield on South Ave. in Westfield: Charging and warmth.


If you know of other locations, please add them in the comment section. 

If you are interested in volunteering or donating call the Office of Emergency Management in Westfield at 908-654-9881.

For more information following Hurricane Sandy in Scotch Plains and Fanwood visit this article, which is links out to full coverage to all available information.

 


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