Winter Storm Warning & Snow Removal Update – 1/5/2017
Erie Town Hall and Erie Community Center Open for Business

Town of Erie Department of Public Works crews report that as of as of 5:00 a.m., approximately 6.5 inches of snow has fallen throughout the Town since the start of the storm yesterday afternoon.  Due to conditions, plow operations have been concentrated on Primary Routes.  Crews will begin on Secondary Routes later this morning and snow removal efforts will continue throughout today. 
Erie Town Hall, Erie Community Center and all Town facilities will be open for business as usual.  Staff will monitor weather conditions.  The Town’s website will announce any updates should closures become necessary due to continued adverse weather and/or driving conditions.  Please check the Town’s Facebook page or website for the most current information. 
How can you help?
Please keep in mind, crews put forth the utmost effort during snowstorms. Extended storms may present various challenges for our crews, for example, equipment breakdowns and abrupt changes in the weather. To help our crews perform in a safe and efficient manner:

  • Exercise extreme care, your safety and the safety of other motorists and pedestrians is the highest priority

  • Travel at a safe distance from snowplows at all times

  • Do not try to pass snow removal vehicles

  • Park off-street if possible

  • Do not shovel snow from your sidewalk and drive-way into the street

  • Do not attempt to stop a snow removal vehicle or obstruct its path

We thank you in advance for your cooperation.

For more information on snow removal operations, please visit or call the Department of Public Works at 303-926-2872.

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