Below is some information on Snow Emergency/Parking Ban and
Trash/Recycling Pickup Delayed One Day.
From the City of Newburyport's website: http://cityofnewburyport.com/
Snow Emergency/Parking Ban
Mayor Donna Holaday and City Marshal Thomas Howard have declared a
snow emergency in the City of Newburyport for Wednesday, January 12,
2011. This snow emergency & parking ban will begin at 11pm this
evening Tuesday, January 11, 2011 and will continue until further
Blue Emergency Warning Lights will be illuminated today at 2:00 p.m.,
Tuesday, January 11, 2011 for your advanced warning.
All vehicles must be off all streets. Vehicles left on the street
during the parking ban will be ticketed and towed.
City Hall will be closed and all non-essential personnel will not be
required to report to work. In addition, the public schools will be
closed. Mayor Holaday is also recommending all non-essential private
business remain closed due to extremely dangerous weather conditions
forecasted for the next 24 hours.
For additional information regarding policies and procedures during
snow emergencies please refer to the City's website
If determined appropriate a shelter will be opened, the location will
be posted. Please contact the Newburyport Police Department at
978-465-4444 should you need assistance.
Trash pick up will be delayed one day for the rest of the week.
Additional information will be posted as it becomes available.
If you have not already done so, please register for the City's
Reverse 911 system. Reverse 911 is the City's primary resource for
distributing information to the public. You can sign up by clicking
the Reverse 911 Registration option on the City's website.
And Trash Pickup information
With the impending snow storm arriving Tuesday
Jan 11 and ending Wednesday January 12, all trash and recycling
pick up will be delayed one day. That means for the rest of the
week your regular day’s pick up will be one day later; Wednesday
to Thursday, Thursday to Friday and Friday to Saturday. If you
have any questions regarding solid waste/trash please call Mello
Disposal at 978-352-8581 and Integrated Paper Recyclers for
recycling at 800-933-3128.
Also remember during the entire month of January, Christmas trees
will be picked up on your regular trash day. Any trees picked up
before January 14 will be brought to Spencer Pierce Little Farm
(SPLF) in Newbury for a community wide bonfire sponsored by
the Newbury Fire Department. You may also bring your tree to the
Newbury Fire Department or call for a pick-up.
For additional information please contact the Newburyport Health
Department at 978-465-4410.
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