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3/3/19 Snow Emergency beginning at 4 PM
Post Date:03/03/2019 9:59 AM
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Abington Township Declares Snow Emergency beginning at 4 PM on Sunday 3/3/2019
Abington Township has declared a SNOW EMERGENCY beginning at 4 PM at Sunday, 3/3/2019 and ending on Monday 3/4/2019 at 4 PM.
During this time parking on designated Snow Emergency Routes is prohibited to allow our plow operators to clear the streets in a safe and efficient manner. Cars parked on Snow Emergency Routes after 4 PM may be towed and impounded at the owner’s expense. Residents are also reminded to please clear your sidewalks of ice and snow within 24 hours of the end of the storm. If you have a fire hydrant on or near your property, please clear that as well.
The National Weather Service has indicated that there is a potential for power outages with this storm. If you lose power, please report the outage directly to PECO at 1-800-841-4141. For your safety, please do not attempt to pick up or move any downed wires or move/drive around barricades. To view a PDF of the Snow Emergency Declaration, please click here.
Snow Emergency routes include:
Entire Length of Road
- Old York Road
- Easton Road
- Moreland Road
- Huntingdon Pike
- Susquehanna Road
- Fitzwatertown Road
- Old Welsh Road
- Fox Chase Road
- Meetinghouse Road
Portion of Road
- Jenkintown Road (North Hills Ave. to Highland Ave.)
- Mt. Carmel Avenue (North Hills Ave. To Highland Ave.)
- Woodland Road (Easton to Fitzwatertown)
- Edge Hill Road (Moreland Rd. to Old Welsh Rd.)
- Valley Road (Lower Moreland Line to Susquehanna)
- Township Line Road (York Rd. to Filmore St.)
- North Hills Avenue (Fitzwatertown Road to Moreland Rd.)