When will my street be plowed?

Information Regarding Forecasted Winter Storm – Posted Wednesday, February 12th.

As of Wednesday afternoon, February 12th, the latest weather forecasts are calling for snowfall to begin before or near midnight and reach as much as 12 inches (one foot) of snow over the next 24 hours, although forecasts are fluid due to uncertainty about temperatures for the region.

“All of us feel the frustration over the continued snowfall and significant amounts of snow our community has received this winter.  Such high snow accumulations require time to complete plowing operations after snowfall has ended, which in the case of this storm, may come in two phases and last well over a full day (into the early morning hours of Friday).  We ask for and appreciate residents’ continued patience and cooperation during these storms,” explains Mayor Kelly Yaede.

Two (2) Phases of Snowfall likely, With Rain/Sleet Mix in Middle:  With significant amounts of snow through Thursday morning expected to produce between 7 – 8 inches of snow, precipitation is likely to change over to rain/sleet mix in the afternoon, only to return to snow again from Thursday evening into early Friday morning, with another 2 – 4 inches of snow possible.  Should predictions prove true, crews may need to continue to address primary roads through rainfall should freezing conditions exist (i.e. freezing rain).

Hamilton Township is offering residents access to its Winter Operations GIS system. Residents can input their street address in the relevant text box and they will be given an approximate time for when plowing is scheduled to be conducted in their neighborhood. If possible, residents should remove their cars from the street to help improve the performance of the township’s plowing efforts. If there are cars parked along the street, adjacent to the curb, the township will not be able to plow curb to curb.