Several Delaware Valley communities have issued a snow emergency amid February’s first winter storm.
When a snow emergency or alert is issued, all vehicles parked on those streets where signage indicates no parking during these times are required, by law, to be moved elsewhere to allow snow plowing of the road surface.
- Lower Salford Township has declared a snow emergency that will remain in effect until 7 p.m.
- Lansdale Bourough has declared a snow alert that will remain in effect until further notice
- Hatfield Borough has declared a snow emergency that will remain ineffect for the duration of the storm
- Plymouth Township has declared a snow emergency effective through Wednesday, Feb. 14
- Newtown Township has declared a snow emergency effective through 6 p.m. on Tuesday
- Upper Hanover Township has issued a snow alert until noon. Municipal Offices are on a delayed opening until noon and non-essential personnel are working remotely through noon
- Upper Southampton Township has declared a snow emergency in effect through 8 a.m., Wednesday, Feb. 14
- Warrington Township has declared a snow emergency through 6 p.m. on Tuesday
Closed government buildings
The Upper Providence Township Administration building will be closed Tuesday due to snow. All emergency services will remain on duty. Please use caution while driving and move parked vehicles off streets to allow public works crews to clear the snow.
Delaware County has closed the county courthouse government center and county offices Tuesday due to worsening condition from the winter storm.
Due to the current treacherous driving conditions, Berks County has closed county offices and courts Tuesday. County employees who are currently authorized for telework should work to the best extent possible. County departments with 24/7 operations should follow their established policies and protocols.
Perkiomen Township offices are closed on Tuesday due to weather conditions.
Bucks County offices and courts will open on a two-hour delay on Tuesday. Scheduled court proceedings, including those at the Justice Center and Magisterial District Courts, will begin at 10:30 a.m. Jurors should not report to the Justice Center. The delay does not apply to the Special Election in the 140th PA Legislative District. Election employees should report as scheduled.