Monday, March 13, 2017

Schuylkill County Weather Related Announcements for 03/13/2017

Schuylkill County Weather Related Announcements for 03/13/2017


Snow emergency from 2 a.m. to  6 a.m. Tuesday, no parking on Hoffman Boulevard and Centre Street


No parking on Main Street

East Union Township

PARKING BAN - There will be no parking starting Monday evening at 11pm of the South side of Pine Streets until 7pm Tuesday for snow removal. As of Tuesday at 7pm there will be no parking on the north side of Pine Streets until 11am Wednesday morning. Also any vehicle's parked on the roadway especially in Oneida will be towed. They would like to keep all vehicles off of the streets so the plow trucks can maintain and widen the streets due to the large amount of snow predicted to hit our area.


Due to the upcoming severe weather Monday thru Wednesday residents are reminded to remove all vehicles from Lehigh Ave. Any vehicle left WILL BE TICKETED & TOWED at the owners expense. NO EXCEPTIONS!


No parking on Preston Ave. and Lower Railroad Street on Day 1 of the storm. No parking on Day 1 on the even side of  Second St., C St., B St., A St, and Ogden St.

Mahanoy City

Snow ban will be in effect starting Monday the 13th at 800pm. There will be no parking on Centre, Main, and W South St.


The Borough of McAdoo’s SNOW BAN is in effect with the prediction of 3 or more inches. Parking is allowed on the even side of the street. NO Parking is allowed in the alleys. Mayor Holly has issued the snow ban and is stressing that the Emergency Snow Ban will be in effect once 6 inches of snow has fallen. There is NO Parking at all while the Emergency Snow Ban is on along the entire length of North and South Kennedy Drive, Hancock and Cleveland Streets, East and West Blaine and Grant Streets. This snow ban will remain in effect until Mayor Holly declares it is over. Violators will be ticketed and towed per the McAdoo Police Department.
Port Carbon

In anticipation of the predicted snow amounts Port Carbon Borough Officials have declared a snow emergency. Vehicles must be removed from the snow emergency route from 6 p.m. Monday March 13, 2017 Until 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 15, 2017. Any vehicle not moved shall be ticketed and towed. The following streets are affected:

Coal Street from Spring to Pike no parking on the even side of the street

Coal Street from Pike Street to Miller factory both sides of the street

Pike Street from Mill Street to Turkey Hill store both sides of the street

Market Street to Fourth Street both sides of the street

Pottsville Street from Commerce to Pike both sides of the street

Mill Street between Pike and E Washington odd side of the street

Jackson Street between Commerce and Coal odd side of the street

Third Street Lillian to E Norwegian Township line even side of the street


Snow emergency level 2 with parking ban in effect at 4 p.m. Monday till further notice

Saint Clair

PARKING BAN issued by Mayor Tomko.  No Parking the entire length of Hancock St. and the entire length of 2nd St. From 10PM MONDAY, MARCH 13th, 2017 until 11AM WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15th, 2017. Vehicles that are not moved will be ticketed and towed at the owners expense.

Schuylkill Haven

Snow emergency in effect from 5 p.m. Monday till further notice


Mayor Andrew Szczyglak has ordered NO PARKING on the designated snow emergency routes beginning at 8:00 pm this evening, March 13, until further notice. This will include all of Main St and Centre St between White and West Sts. Please move your vehicles. Vehicles in violation will be ticketed and towed. Additionally, there will be NO PARKING in any alley. Conditions will be monitored and parking restrictions will be updated as needed.


ATTENTION RESIDENTS OF TREMONT BOROUGH due to the upcoming snowstorm by orders of the Mayor all cars should be moved off snow emergency streets from Monday 7pm till Wednesday 8am streets affected are Clay St, North St, Spring St, East and West Main St, East and West Laurel St, East Line St to Union St. or you will recieve a ticket and be towed at owners expense.


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