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Snow Emergency Declared in Greenwich

Officials say town is fully prepared

Greenwich, CT | Added on January 21, 2014 At 03:01 PM

The Town of Greenwich Board of Selectman has unanimously voted to declare a Snow Emergency effective at 6:00 pm Tuesday, January 21st. The Snow Emergency will remain in effect until cancelled.

During the period of the Snow Emergency no vehicles are permitted to remain parked, stopped or standing on any Snow Emergency streets. Vehicles in violation will be subject to ticketing and immediate towing. A full list of Snow Emergency streets can be viewed at the Town of Greenwich website:

According to officials, the Town of Greenwich is fully prepared for the coming snow event. Additional staffing has been added to Public Works road crews and by Greenwich's emergency responder agencies. Temperatures are forecast to be well below freezing overnight and it will be windy, with gusts to 45 MPH. The most significant snow accumulations are predicted to begin in our area around 7:00 pm and continue until 4:00 am tomorrow. Travel on roadways is predicted to become quite hazardous after 8:00 pm this evening. According to the Greenwich Police Department, it is imperative that everyone exercise additional caution during the storm, limit travel to only essential trips and dress appropriately for what could be bitterly cold conditions. 

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