State Of Emergency
With a winter storm expected to impact transportation and travel throughout New Jersey, Governor Chris Christie declared a State of Emergency Wednesday.
At 6am on Tuesday, the Snow Emergency was lifted. Normal parking can resume on Snow Emergency Routes.
With a winter storm expected to impact travel throughout New Jersey, Governor Chris Christie declared a State of Emergency Wednesday.
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With the latest winter storm expected to arrive in New Jersey Sunday night, Governor Chris Christie declared a State of Emergency.
Delaware Governor Jack Markell has issued a State of Emergency and Level 1 Driving Warning effective Monday, March 3rd at midnight.
Mayor Williams made the announcement around noon on Friday.
With severe weather on the way, Gov. Christie has again declared a State of Emergency for New Jersey.
Governor Tom Corbett Wednesday night signed a disaster emergency proclamation in response to this week’s devastating storm.
In addition to the State of Emergency, the Governor also authorized the closing of state offices on Wednesday, February 5th for all non-essential employees.
In addition to the State of Emergency, the Governor also authorized a staggering dismissal for all non-essential state employees beginning at noon.
Due to the intense and dangerous winter storm, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has issued a State of Emergency.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has declared a State of Emergency in anticipation of the severe winter storm that is expected to arrive in New Jersey beginning Thursday evening.
All county travel restrictions have also been lifted, and the county’s Emergency Operating Center in Lindenwold has been deactivated.
President Barack Obama has signed emergency declarations for Pennsylvania and New Jersey.