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East Orange Winter Weather Advisory

January 21, 2014 at 4:42 PM

EAST ORANGE, NJ – (EAST ORANGE)- Due to the heavy snow and extreme cold temperatures today, the City of East Orange makes the following announcements.

City employees are advised that City Hall and all City offices will have a delayed opening at 10 a.m. tomorrow, Wednesday, January 22nd. For further updates, City employees may call the automated hotline at 973-266-5531.

The City Council meeting scheduled for this evening has been cancelled. Any items submitted for consideration this evening will be taken up for consideration at the next scheduled Council meeting on Monday, January 27th.

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The Municipal Court will be closing at 2 p.m. today and reopen at 9 a.m. tomorrow.

Additionally, the following resources are available to residents. Tenants without heat or hot water are reminded to call the City’s HEAT HOTLINE at 973-266-5320. The hotline is monitored 24 hours a day.

The East Orange Senior Center located at 90 Halsted St. will be open today as a warming and comfort center for residents during their normal business hours. For assistance after normal hours, residents may contact the HEAT HOTLINE.

Garbage and recycling collection will continue as scheduled on Wednesday.

Snow emergency parking rules will be in effect in the City of East Orange from 7 p.m. Tuesday, January 21st until noon Wednesday, January 22nd. Residents are reminded that parking will be prohibited on snow emergency streets, which are listed below. Abandoned and/or illegally parked vehicles will be towed.

 

Name of Street

Side

Location

Ashland Avenue

Both

Between Main Street and William Street

Dodd Street

Both

Between Orange City line and Bloomfield Town line

Eaton Place

Both

Between North 19th Street and North 14th Street

Greenwood Avenue

Both

Between Main Street and Park Avenue

Hamilton Street

Both

Between Parkway Drive (west) and Prospect Street

North Arlington Avenue

Both

Between Main Street and Bloomfield line

North Clinton Street

Both

Between Springdale Avenue and Main Street

North 18th Street

Both

Between Eaton Place and Fourth Avenue

North 15th Street

Both

Between Eaton Place and Fourth Avenue

North 14th Street

Both

Between Eaton Place and Park Avenue

North Harrison Street

Both

Between William Street and Main Street

North Munn Avenue

Both

Between Park Avenue and Main Street

North 19th Street

Both

Between Eaton Place and Springdale Avenue

North Park Street

Both

Between Washington Street and cul-de-sac to the north

North 17th Street

Both

Between Eaton Place and Fourth Avenue

North 16th Street

Both

Between Eaton Place and Fourth Avenue

North Walnut Street

Both

Between Main Street and Park Avenue

Norwood Street

Both

Between South Orange Avenue and Tremont Avenue

Prospect Place

Both

Between Brick Church Plaza and Main Street

Prospect Street

Both

Between Main Street and Bloomfield Town line

South Arlington Avenue

Both

Between Main Street and Elmwood Avenue

South Clinton Street

Both

Between South Orange Avenue and Main Street

South 18th Street

Both

Between Central Avenue and Newark City line

South Munn Avenue

Both

Between Newark City line and Main Street

Springdale Avenue

Both

Between North Park Street and Newark City line

Steuben Street

Both

Between Main Street and Central Avenue

Stockton Place

Both

Between William Street and Park Avenue

Tremont Avenue

Both

Between Newark City line and Orange City line

Vernon Terrace

Both

Between William Street and Park Avenue

Washington Place

Both

Between Brick Church Plaza and Main Street

Washington Street

Both

Between William Street and Orange City line

 

The above parking prohibitions shall remain in effect until after the snow has ceased, the streets have been plowed sufficiently and to the extent that parking will not interfere with the normal flow of traffic. Any cars remaining within these emergency routes may be ticketed and towed.

Residents are kindly asked to clear snow from areas around fire hydrants in front of their homes.

For additional information about snow emergency parking regulations, residents may contact the Department of Public Works at 973-266-5330

 

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