More than 24 hours after a blizzard dropped 2-feet of snow in Hauppauge, many residents are still digging out.
To make it easier, Patch has compiled some of the most important information into one story.
The Town of Smithtown and Islip Highway and Parks Departments are working to clear roadways. Town officials ask that drivers stay off town roads if at all possible.
The Town of Smithtown Department of Public Safety can be reached at 360-7553 if assistance is required.
Supervisor Tom Croci said roughly 30 percent of the Town's roads were passable by 12 p.m. on Saturday as snow removal efforts remain in full swing. The Town has been calling in contractors and extra equipment to get roadways open as soon as possible.
Islip residents can contact the Town of Islip at 631-224-5600.
Between Friday and Saturday, the main roads had been plowed, and many secondary streets were cleared at least once, though some were still difficult to navigate. Some residential streets are still waiting to be cleared.
Also, anyone planning to drive around Long Island on Sunday should take note: many main roads are in bad shape, including the Long Island Expressway, which is shut down from Exit 57 to Exit 73. It won't be easy to drive east. Many cars are still stuck on the LIE.
As for businesses, most retail shops that are scheduled to open on Sunday are, in fact, open. But it's always smart to call ahead. The main supermarkets were open.
And as always: In case of an emergency, dial 911.
Finally, on a lighter side, please continue to share your blizzard photos.