The Mayors of Conshohocken and West Conshohocken have declared snow emergencies for their respective boroughs. Below are the announcements:
The Mayor, in his discretion, has declared a snow emergency to exist within the Borough effective January 4, 2018 beginning at midnight and continuing until further notice.
The following acts shall be unlawful, and shall be punishable as provided under law:
- To park a motor vehicle or to allow that vehicle to remain parked anywhere on any snow emergency route so duly designated; or
- To drive any motor vehicle on any such snow emergency route, unless that vehicle is equipped with snow tires or chains.
During the snow emergency parking is restricted on the following streets: Fayette Street, both sides from the Conshohocken Borough line to the bridge; all metered areas, the South Side of Freedly Street from 12th to 11th Avenues, Poplar Street from Elm Street to Washington Street. Vehicles parked on these snow emergency routes may be towed.
Mayor Gregory Lynch has declared a snow emergency for the Borough starting 8:00pm tonight until 9:00am Friday morning.
As you may know the following streets are deemed Snow Emergency Routes in the Borough of West Conshohocken:
New Dehaven Street
Bullock Avenue (BOTH SIDES)
Spring Garden Street
Once Public Works has cleaned your street please be courteous and DO NOT PUSH snow back out onto the street as this will cause re-icing conditions. Please be advised that you may also be asked to move your vehicle so that the Streets Department can maintain a clear roadway for Emergency vehicles.