Street lights out? Here’s how to report them

A longer Winter night means more pedestrian traffic in the dark, and more potential hazard.

One way to help increase safety, is ensuring your neighborhood is well lit at night.

If you notice a non-working street light, report it to JCP&L so it can be fixed.

You can report them via this link.

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    • The most difficult part of reporting the Chestnut outages, is that you cannot pull over during the night and write down all the numbers! It is a pity to have streetlights and have them out! Lots of students walk in that area.
      During the day, I forget which ones are out. During the evening, it is too difficult for me to pull over to a non-existent shoulder. I would encourage the people walking or living in that area to make a concerted effort to call them in. Perhaps some dedicated individuals could work together, wearing reflector belts or lights, and go down the road writing down this important information and calling JCP& L.

  1. they need to get with the times and put in LED like every other modern city, they last longer and are much whiter and brighter and of course more efficient, not sure why we keep sticking in those yellow old fashion bulbs that we had in Brooklyn 20 years ago

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