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BLOOMFIELD, NJ – As a result of the impending snow storm, the Township of Bloomfield is releasing the following information.
The Township is asking that residents remove their cars from the street by 7pm on Friday in order to ensure that the streets can be properly plowed. Because of the storm, garbage pickup for Saturday has been canceled and the recycling depot at the DPW will be closed.
“With Bloomfield expected to get a significant amount of snow tonight into tomorrow, we are asking that residents stay off the roads if possible to avoid any potential accidents,” said Mayor Venezia. “We are also asking that residents remove their cars from the streets so that our plows can clear the snow.”
Vehicles that are not moved from designated snow streets may be towed. Residents that need a place to park their cars may do so in any Bloomfield Public School lot or any recreation lot. Additionally, the Glenwood Garage will have fees suspended from 9pm Friday to noon Saturday. Please note there are limited parking spots available in the Glenwood Garage.
The Office of Emergency Management will be activated to take calls beginning at midnight related to this snowstorm and can be reached at 973-680-4177. For all other emergencies contact 911.
Updates will be on the township website and Facebook page throughout the storm.