Wrightsville Borough declares snow emergency ahead of winter storm

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Effective at 6PM on Sunday, March 2nd Wrightsville Borough in York County will declare a snow emergency. During a snow emergency residents must remove parked vehicles from the snow emergency route or they may be ticketed and towed. The police will not issue warnings.

The snow emergency was declared to help ensure the safety of the community by allowing plows to clear streets.  Residents with questions should contact Wrightsville Borough at 252-2768 between the hours of 9 AM and 2 PM or preferably visit the Borough website: www.wrightsvilleborough.com.

Vehicles may not be parked in the wrong direction and must be parked along the curb and out of the roadway.

Driveways may become blocked during snowplowing operations. Crews cannot go back to clear blocked driveways. Please wait to clear driveways at street side until plowing is completed.

Do not pile snow back into the cleared street. It is a violation of Borough ordinances to throw, deposit or shovel snow into streets and alleys.

Note that after any significant snowfall, you must remove snow and ice from walkways within 24hours.

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