City of Newark Snow Removal Guide

With predictions of a major winter storm heading to Newark, here are some helpful tips snow removal tips from the City of Newark.

A SNOW REMOVAL REMINDER

Streets must be cleared from curb to curb. Residents and business owners are encouraged to remove snow in a two-foot circumference from fire hydrants located in front of their residences or businesses.

Think safety for all. Clearing the streets of snow may require several passes of the snow plows. If you have no sidewalk, pile snow on the left side of the driveway (stand facing the residence). If there is a sidewalk in front of the residence, pile snow to the left of the driveway on either side of the sidewalk and to the right of the driveway behind the sidewalk (stand facing the residence).

DO NOT SHOVEL SNOW INTO THE STREET.

Park all vehicles in the driveway during snowstorms to save time shoveling and to keep the road clear for snow plows and emergency vehicles. After plowing is complete, the front of the residence should remain clear of obstructions for later parking.

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WIC Office Coming to North Ward

VinceLombardiCenter-680.pngCouncilman Anibal Ramos Jr. today announced that the city has received approval to open a new satellite WIC office in the North Ward.

Ramos said the WIC office would open in the Spring in the Vincent Lombardi Center on Bloomfield Avenue. 

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Apartment building planned for abandoned Newark Boys & Girls Club

Read this article as it originally appeared on nj.com.

The former home of the Boys & Girls Club in the city's North Ward is set to be demolished to make way for a new retail and apartment building.

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