STORM PHOTOS: Sandy's aftermath

Storm photos may be contributed via [email protected] or

Crews on Blacksmith Ridge Monday, Nov. 5. —Michael Chiappinelli

Roz Chast, whose husband Bill Franzen does the amazing New Street Halloween displays, sends this New Street view from earlier in week.

“The top half of a tree is dangerously balanced on a power line and hanging over the street on Todds Road in Ridgefield since last Tuesday, and reported several times since then,” says Richard Ciotti Sunday noon. “I hope CLP does something before it falls on a child or motorist.”

The Mantione family cleaning up Saturday. —Thomas Mantione

A crew from Quebec clearing Bayberry Hill Road Saturday.


Whipstick Road near Perry Lane on Friday. Now believed to be cleared. —Christine Tunick

Someone propped up a fallen wire on a tall stick in the middle of Pumping Station Road!—Alttara Scheer photo

High Ridge work on Friday afternoon. —Macklin Reid

Storm damage on Main Street near Branchville Road. —Allyson McDougal

Christopher and son Hans DeLaurentis checking out the damage on Ramapoo Road Tuesday. —Natalie DeLaurentis

One house was completely blown away by Sandy — fortunately it was a play house on Florida Hill Road Fred Grayson built 15 years ago. —Fred Grayson

CERT members giving out water outside Yanity Gym. —Macklin Reid

New Street and Pound —Christina Ungaro

Upper Barrack Hill Road. —Submitted by @anabolicapple

Mamanasco Road at Tackora Trail. —Submitted by @anabolicapple


164 Main Street. —Photo submitted by Colbi Campbell

Tree and line crews staged on the outskirts of the village Thursday morning. —Macklin Reid

Main Street repair work outside the library Wednesday night. —Macklin Reid

The view of High Ridge from Barry Avenue. —Grant Pittala

Big tree toppled on West Lane. —Thomas Nash photo


Roof repairs at Town Hall Tuesday. —Ian Murren photo

Bob Hill Road and Knollwood Drive. —Photo by @JillianReville on Twitter

Work outside the Library construction site Tuesday morning. —Thomas Nash photo

SUV crushed on Cedar Lane —Matt Spillane

High Ridge at No. 125. —Chele Modica photo via Twitter

Police officer nabbed a motorist who tried to go go through roadblock on Main Street by Prospect. A tree is down across Main by the old library, in background. — Thomas B. Nash


Knollwood and Bob Hill Roads, by Kelly Damron.

Part of a large tree hit and damaged the roof of the Little Red Schoolhouse on West Lane.—Press photo




About author

By participating in the comments section of this site you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy and User Agreement

© HAN Network. All rights reserved. The Ridgefield Press, 16 Bailey Avenue, Ridgefield, CT 06877

Designed by WPSHOWER

Powered by WordPress