There are no active Watches or Warnings at this time

This is a message from the Wayne Police Department Office of Emergency Management:
Minor river flooding is being experienced in low lying areas of Hoffman Grove and towards the end of Ryerson Avenue. Residents are advised to move their vehicles out of these areas and avoid driving through water covered roadways. The rivers continue to recede and no further flooding is anticipated in the days ahead. Thank you.

Residents are always urged to stay alert for Watches and Warnings on this website, the OEM telephone bulletin board at 973-694-5050, Public Education and Government (PEG) TV, Wayne AM Emergency Radio and mainstream media and by following us on Facebook and Twitter.

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Watches (Alerts) and Warnings:

It's important to stay aware of severe weather watches or alerts, and warnings, and to know how to react.

  • A "watch" or "alert" means that conditions are favorable for severe conditions. When a "watch" or "alert" is issued, you should be alert for the POTENTIAL for severe conditions. You can proceed with your plans, however you should be "on the lookout" for changing conditions and be ready.
  • A "warning" means severe weather is imminent or occurring, and action should be immediate.