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Newark issues emergency snow route warning to motorists
By Ruth Bryna

Updated Sunday, March 2, 2014 - 11:37pm

If you're parked in Newark on an emergency snow removal route, you'll need to move your car quickly. The city has issued a Declaration of Snow Removal that starts at 9 p.m. this evening. If your car is parked on a snow removal route, it may be towed at your expense.

Residents are also reminded that they are responsible for the removal of snow from their sidewalk within 24 hours after the end of the snow event.

Snow Removal Emergency Routes:

Academy Street - East Main Street to East Park Place.
Casho Mill Road - Elkton Road to Nottingham Road (within city limits).
East and West Cleveland Avenue - Entire length.
East and West Delaware Avenue - Entire length.
East and West Main Street (Nottingham Road) - Entire length.
East and West Park Place - Entire length.
Elkton Road - Entire length in city.
Hillside Road - New London Road to West Main Street.
Holton Place - Old South College Avenue to city maintenance yard.
Lovett Avenue, from Academy Street to Haines Street.
New London Road - Entire length in city.
North Chapel Street and Paper Mill Road - Entire length in city.
Phillips Avenue - Ritter Lane to city maintenance yard.
South Chapel Street - East Main Street to East Park Place.
South College Avenue - Entire length.
Stanford Drive - Country Club Drive to Locust Drive.

You can get the latest information on the winter storm from WDEL and WDEL.com. A list of school, government and business closings and cancellations can be found on the SnoWatch page.



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