It's that time of year! Please see the message below from the Fire Marshall/Director of Emergency Services.
Good afternoon everyone. As I'm sure you've probably already seen, we are predicted to have a substantial snowfall on Wednesday, 12/16/20, with between 8 - 12" of snow predicted at this time. The snow storm watch is in effect from 7:00 AM Wednesday, expiring at 7:00 AM on Thursday, 12/17/20. Along with 8 - 12" of snow, it is predicted that this will be a wet, heavy snow, with wind gusts between 25-35 MPH. At this time we have not declared a snow emergency, but that may very well change tomorrow as the storm approaches and we get a clearer view of what to expect. We are asking all residents to please move all vehicles, boats, trailers, etc. off of the street onto your property so the plows and emergency vehicles can get down your street. If we declare a snow emergency, all of these vehicles MUST be removed, or they can be ticketed and/or towed. We are trying to give you enough time to do this before the storm hits, and we thank you for your cooperation.