Winter Storm Update
Significant Snow, Severe Wind & Important
Posted Monday Afternoon, January 26
Fall (Monday through Tuesday
evening): 15 inches to 20 inches
(subject to change)
20 mph - 45 mph (leading to blowing
and drifting snow)
continue to monitor weather forecasts, because condition could
ü PLEASE REMOVE AUTOMOBILES FROM ROAD
Leaving automobiles parked along road curbsides will negatively impact plowing efforts (makes
plowing take longer, clears less of the road, and leaves more snow in road
ALL AUTOMOBILES FROM ROAD CURBSIDES
and park in your driveway or on your property until after your road is plowed.
Thank you for your cooperation!
ü DO NOT TRAVEL
Between Monday and Tuesday evening, the severe
conditions will make travel extremely
dangerous, leading to a high possibility of stranded automobiles that divert
emergency personnel and plows. As conditions worsen, DO NOT TRAVEL unless absolutely
CANCELED (Tuesday, Wednesday)
Curbside garbage collection will be CANCELED for Tuesday, January 27 and Wednesday, January 28. Affected residents should place garbage items
curbside for their next regularly
scheduled collection date.
ü PLOWING SECONDARY ROADS
Secondary roads will be plowed after snowfall ends.
The significant snowfall total will require at least 36 hours, after
snowfall ends, to complete all secondary roads.
ü SNOW PLOW SAL APP
The feature gives an estimation of when your street (secondary road) will be plowed. The application will go live after snowfall ends. Remember to enter your house number when entering your address.
ü PREVENT DRIVEWAYS BEING PLOWED BACK IN
Waiting until after your road is plowed to shovel your
driveway apron is the best way to avoid your driveway being plowed back in. If you chose to shovel your driveway apron
before your road is plowed, the diagram in the following link is a helpful
ü REPORTING POWER OUTAGES/UPDATES FROM PSE&G
The following Public Service Electric & Gas
(PSE&G) site provides how you can report power outages and get information
from PSE&G during this storm:
ü PLAN AND PREPARE BEFORE STORM
storm worsens, take a few minutes to review this helpful preparedness
information. The following New Jersey Office of Emergency
Management website is a great resource for residents to plan and prepare for winter
ü FURTHER UPDATES
Hamilton Township Website: www.HamiltonNJ.com
Hamilton Township Email Newsletter Service
(Sign Up): CLICK HERE
Kelly Yaede and Hamilton Township’s Department of Public Works ask residents to
continue to monitor the weather forecasts and to exercise caution.