LIVINGSTON, NJ — With more ice and snow in the forecast, Livingston Fire Chief Christopher Mullin is reminding residents to dig out neighborhood fire hydrants and to help keep them clear in order to assist Livingston firefighters in the event of an emergency.

According Mullin, having the hydrants cleared of snow when the firefighters need to access water quickly saves them valuable time, as time may be otherwise be wasted locating and clearing a hydrant.

He thanked all township residents in advance for their assistance.

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All Livingston residents are also reminded that they are responsible for clearing all sidewalks of snow within 24 hours of when snow stops falling. Before driving, residents must clean all snow and ice off of their vehicles.

For the remainder of the season, Livingston residents are urged to stay off of roads throughout and following any storm activity.

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