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Cedar Grove Township Issues Snowstorm Safety Tips and Advisories

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CEDAR GROVE, NJ - Cedar Grove Police are advising residents to stay off the roads during the approaching snowstorm.  A National Weather Service, Winter Storm Warning is in effect from February 9, 12 AM EST until February 9, 06 PM EST.  Snow totals will produce a solid 8 - 10" with the potential for up to 12".

According to forecasts, the height of the storm will be between 5AM to 11AM when 1-2" per hour will be likely. This will lead to rapid accumulation on all surfaces and significantly affect the morning rush hour.

Garbage pick up has been canceled for Thursday February 9 in Cedar Grove. Those residents should put there garbage out on their next regularly scheduled date Monday February 13. 

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In order to allow the Department of Public Works access to clear the streets properly, police ask residents to remove all parked cars from the street by late this evening.

Overnight night parking on the street will not be granted under any circumstance. 

If you do not have a place to park your car, check with a neighbor for assistance. If necessary, you may use the rear portion of the Municipal Lot.

For reasons of safety, police are urging people to stay off the roads during the storm. Please avoid unnecessary travel.



In regard to snow removal, Township Ordinance requires that sidewalks be cleared within 24 hours after the snow stops. Township Ordinance prohibits the throwing or blowing of snow into the street.

If you have a fire hydrant on your property, please remove the snow from the hydrant to allow the fire department access in an emergency.

Please stay safe and call the Police Department at 973-239-4100 if need assistance.

 

 

A National Weather Service, Winter Storm Warning is in effect from February 9, 12:00 AM EST until February 9, 06:00 PM EST.

Snow totals will produce a solid 8 - 10" with the potential for up to 12".

Otherwise, the height of the storm will be between 5AM to 11AM when 1-2" per hour will be likely. This will lead to rapid accumulation on all surfaces and significantly affect the AM rush hour.

Garbage pick up has been cancelled for Thursday February 9th. Those residents should put there garbage out on their next regularly scheduled date Monday February 13th. 

In order to allow the Department of Public Works access to clear the streets properly, please remove all parked cars from the street by late this evening.

Overnight night parking on the street will not be granted under any circumstance. 

If you do not have a place to park your car, check with a neighbor for assistance. If necessary, you may use the rear portion of the Municipal Lot.

For reasons of safety, we are urging people to stay off the roads during the storm. Please avoid unnecessary travel.

In regard to snow removal, Township Ordinance requires that sidewalks be cleared within 24 hours after the snow stops.

Please be aware that Township Ordinance prohibits the throwing or blowing of snow into the street.

If you have a fire hydrant on your property, please remove the snow from the hydrant to allow the fire department access in an emergency.

Please stay safe and call the Police Department at 973-239-4100 if need assistance.

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