Town Manager Andrew Flanagan and Department of Public Works Director Christopher Cronin would like to inform the community that the Andover DPW will be spraying liquid salt brine on town roads this winter before snowstorms.
MANCHESTER-BY-THE-SEA– Chief Todd Fitzgerald and the Manchester-by-the-Sea Police Department recommend that residents take the necessary safety precautions to prepare themselves for hazardous weather as temperatures continue to drop and the region prepares for the first potential major winter storm of the season.
GLOUCESTER — Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken and Director of Public Works Michael Hale wish to remind residents of winter weather related ordinances and snow emergency expectations amid forecasts predicting snowfall later this week. “Every year, we implement parking bans when necessary to ensure that our roadways can be properly and swiftly cleared of snow,” Mayor […]
MELROSE— The City of Melrose reports that an parking ban will instituted based on the heavy snowfall expected this weekend.
ANDOVER — In the wake of the season’s first significant snowfall, Chief Michael Mansfield is asking residents to assist members of Andover Fire Rescue in clearing snow away from hydrants today.
NEWBURY — Chief Douglas Janvrin would like to remind residents to take precaution Wednesday night into Thursday morning as the region is expected to face sudden snow squalls and temperatures below 0 degrees Fahrenheit.
WINTHROP — With temperatures expected to be significantly below freezing in the forecast for this week and the chance of snow squalls Wednesday afternoon and evening, Winthrop Fire Chief Paul E. Flanagan, who serve as the town’s emergency management director, is reminding residents to review and follow several key safety tips.
BLACKSTONE — Chief Ross A. Atstupenas and the Blackstone Police Department are warning residents about the potential impact of the region’s first snowstorm of the season.
Chief Charles E. Doody would like to advise Canton residents about another nor’easter coming to the region on Wednesday.
On the heels of last week’s powerful March nor’easter that knocked down trees and caused widespread power outages, Fire Chief Charles E. Doody is advising Canton residents to prepare for a snowstorm that is expected to hit the region this week.