Some municipalties announce snow emergencies ahead of winter storm

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Several municipalities in Central Pennsylvania have declared snow emergencies in advance of Sunday’s impending snow storm.

During a snow emergency, motorists are required to move vehicles from the road so that plows can get by. Violators run the risk of getting ticketed or towed.

Dauphin County:

  • West Hanover Township will declare a snow emergency effective at 5PM on Sunday, March 2nd.

York County:

  • The City of York will declare a snow emergency effective at 4PM on Sunday, March 2nd.
  • Wrightsville Borough will declare a snow emergency effective at 6PM on Sunday, March 2nd.
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