State of Emergency Declared
City of Newburyport | Cancelled Tues, Jan 27
Parking Ban Strictly Enforced
In addition to the State-Wide Travel Ban instated by Governor Baker, Newburyport’s Mayor Donna Holaday has implemented a State of Emergency for the City of Newburyport.
This includes a Snow Emergency Parking Ban effective now until further notice, which will be strictly enforced with ticketing and towing.
Parking ban BLUE LIGHTS are on to remind residents of this parking ban that helps DPS crews clear the roadways both during, and after the storm.
For updates, please call the Snow Emergency / Parking Ban Line: 978-463-0472 or 978-465-4464 ext. 1797.
If your power goes off and you need shelter, the Salvation Army on Water Street has a generator and will be open 24/7 for the duration of this snow emergency.
* If you are interested in assisting those in need of shoveling, please contact the COA Director Roseann Robillard at 978-462-8650 or email@example.com.
Closings & Cancellations
City Hall and the Newburyport Public Library – CLOSED Tuesday
Newburyport Public Schools – CLOSED Tues, Wed
Youth Services at the Brown School – CLOSED Tues, Wed
Trash Pickup – CANCELLED Tues, Wed (no barrels on the curb, will be picked up next week). In a pinch, a small dumpster will be placed in the parking lot at the Sewer Treatment Plant at 115 Water Street from Thursday, Jan 29 – Thursday, Feb 5.
The Council on Aging – CLOSED Tuesday
Meals on Wheels – CANCELLED Tuesday
MVRTA Bus Service – CANCELLED Tuesday
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