Keeping Main Roads Clear of Vehicles Makes Clean-up Easier & Less Costly
JERSEY CITY – Mayor Jerramiah T. Healy and the Jersey City Office of Emergency Management are asking motorists not park on city emergency routes in light of the forecasted snow storm beginning tonight into Wednesday.
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch from Tuesday evening through Wednesday night for the Jersey City metropolitan area. Snow is expected to begin today, Tuesday, January 11, mainly after 8pm, and could be heavy at times with expected snowfalls to be between 12 and 20 inches. Meteorologists are also predicting strong winds that coupled with the snowfall are expected to result in near zero visibility for motorists.
“We are urging residents to eliminate all non-essential driving and to avoid parking on emergency routes if possible,” said Mayor Healy. “This will greatly assist us in the clean-up of this storm if we receive the amount of snow currently forecasted.” Continue reading Jersey City OEM is Asking Motorists to Not Park on Emergency Routes During Expected Snow Storm