Rising East River, Zone A Greenpoint Flooding Begins

If you were wondering why you had to evacuate, here is why. The East River is rising and Zone A is beginning to flood. Please evacuate if you can. Be safe. Send #sandy photos to @greenpointers

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After living in NYC my entire life, I found the strongest sense of community in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Running this blog is truly an honor and the best part is meeting its readers in real life. Everyday I am energized by smiles and inspiring conversations with fellow Greenpointers who tirelessly do and create incredible things that are good for our community and share the same love I have for life here. If you see me walking with my little dog "D" - please say hi!

15 Comments

  1. kat says:

    We’re these photos taken today?

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  3. Cujo says:

    Post more pics

    Reply
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  5. Jason says:

    Yeah. I was just down there. Cops shoo’d us away. It’s nuts.

    Reply
  6. Sarah says:

    Do you know which streets these are?

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    • CR says:

      Yes, which streets are flooded? My car is parked in Greenpoint. I am not a resident but I left it near my art studio. Very dumb move. :(

      Reply
  7. megan says:

    looks like the end of java based on the polka dot barrier

    Reply
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  9. Gail says:

    Post more pictures but please say where they were taken.

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  12. Illi Barnea says:

    What are the risks of buying a condo on India st @ McGuinness Blvd
    (Flood wise, Newtown creek wise)?
    Appreciate your input!

    Reply
    • Peter says:

      FEMA just updated their Advisory Base Flood elevation maps with new data, so looking through their website is the best source for this information at the moment.

      Reply

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