The following information is courtesy of the Nutley Board of Commissioners.
THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN NEW YORK HAS ISSUED A WINTER STORM WARNING FOR 6 – 10 INCHES OF SNOW, COLD TEMPERATURES, AND STRONG WINDS...WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM NOON TUESDAY TO 6 PM EST WEDNESDAY.
9-1-1 is for Emergency use ONLY!
Do not use 9-1-1 for complaints or questions.
The direct phone number for the Nutley Police Department is (973) 284-4940.
The remaining recycling pick-ups for Tuesday have been suspended because of the hazardous conditions and the safety of personnel.
Recycling pick-ups for Wednesday haves been suspended as crews will be working to clear the roadways of snow.
THE TOWNSHIP COMMISSION MEETING SCHEDULE FOR JANUARY 21, 2014 HAS BEEN POSTPONED. THE DATE OF THE NEXT MEETING WILL BE POSTED IN LATER UPDATES OR ON www.nutleynj.org
NO ON STREET, OVER NIGHT PARKING, SNOW EMERGENCY ORDINANCE INFORMATION
228-9Parking during snow emergencies.
(1) Whenever snow has fallen and the accumulation is such that it covers the streets or highways, an emergency shall exist and no vehicle shall be parked on the streets or highways or portions thereof indicated: All streets, Both sides, Entire length.
(2) The above parking prohibitions shall remain in effect after the snow has ceased until the streets have been plowed sufficiently and to the extent that parking will not interfere with the normal flow of traffic.
B. Any unoccupied vehicle parked or standing in violation shall be deemed a nuisance and a menace to the safe and proper regulation of traffic, and any police officer may provide for the removal of such vehicle. The owner shall pay the reasonable costs of the removal and storage which may result from such removal before regaining possession of the vehicle.
The Municipal Parking lot #1 located off Centre or Williams Streets behind the diner can be used for parking after 7 PM Tuesday night until 9 AM Wednesday. This lot is located directly behind the Nutley Diner, 372 Centre Street. Please be available to remove your vehicle by 9 AM Wednesday so this lot can be cleared of snow. Please park in the spaces not reserved for permit parking. No fee will be charged during the times stated above.
SNOW PLOWING OF ROADWAYS
To aid the Public Works Department in clearing the streets, do not throw snow back into the street. Do not plow snow into the roadway. This will be strictly enforced.
Snow Plowing Operations may cause snow to be pushed and cover the apron of your driveway. Clearing the apron of your driveway is the responsibility of the property owner. Any person(s) harassing any Township Employee will be charged with Harassment.
If temperatures drop into the single digits, the effectiveness of road salt to clear ice and snow from roadways becomes limited.
SNOW REMOVAL FROM SIDEWALKS
All property owners are required to clear snow from sidewalks within 24 hours of the end of the snow event. if possible use grassy areas to pile snow.
Do not bury fire hydrants with snow. Those caught burying fire hydrants will be fined. It is ask that you assist Emergency Responders and clear snow away from the fire hydrant.
HELP YOUR NEIGHBORS
Please assist your neighbors by checking on the elderly or those in need. Help to keep exit doors from homes clear. With the expected wind, snow drift may pile up blocking the means of entrance or exit from a structure. Any elderly or disabled person(s) requiring assistance with snow removal should call the Nutley Police Department at (973) 284-4940.
The Department of Public Affairs will have a warming center available. Residents who will need to come to the warming center because of a power outage or loss of heat can call the Nutley Police Department at (973) 284-4940. The Public Heath Reserve Corps and Nursing staff will be available if needed.
In the event of a Power Outage, please notify PSEG directly. PSEG needs your account number to track outages and locations requiring restoration of power.
If you utilize a portable gasoline or diesel generator, the equipment should be used outside of your home or building and kept at least 20 feet away. These machines pose a fire hazard because of the fuels used to run them. They also can cause a carbon monoxide issue when used inside or too close to structures leading to possible death or serious injury.
The Township of Nutley will continue to send updates as the situation warrants. Information will be posted on the Township web site www.nutleynj.org.
Nutley Public School information can be found at www.nutleyschools.org