Police & Fire

Chatham Township Reporting Downed Power Lines, Trees on Cedar Lane, Snake Hill, Southern Boulevard, Glenmere Drive

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CITIZEN NOTIFICATION SYSTEM MESSAGE

There are currently sporadic power outages throughout the Township. There are Several trees and wires that are currently down across roadways so please use caution if you need to travel.

You should always assume that any wire is live. the following roadways are affected by downed trees and power lines: Cedar Lane, Southern Boulevard to Glenmere Drive-one lane is passable, Snake Hill portion of Southern Boulevard has one lane passable. Please avoid these areas.

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