MORRISTOWN, NJ -  Does Buffalo’s recent blizzard have you worried? After the tough winter we experienced last year, the Morristown Department of Public Works’ twenty eight full time employees are ready and able to handle the coming winter weather. The Town’s in‐house mechanics worked throughout the year to make sure that Morristown’s fleet of plows, salt trucks, loaders, snow blowers and dump trucks are in excellent working order. DPW crews are available around the clock during ice and snow events. During a snowstorm there could be a dozen plows on the road along with three salt trucks and crews on foot clearing sidewalks. Should we experience a very heavy snow storm, the services of outside contractors to supplement our DPW forces will be utilized, as needed. Snow will be removed from the roadways and sidewalks, loaded on to trucks and piled in remote locations. This allows the business district and residential streets to return to normal functioning as soon as possible. When conditions dictate, and to greatly improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the Town’s plowing and snow removal, we ask that residents move their vehicles to one of the many safe public parking garages in Town. Notices of this request will be posted on the Town’s official website, www.townofmorristown.org, and email blasts will be sent to residents that have Signed Up for e‐Alerts.