Snow and Ice Control
The Township provides snow and ice control for all of the 230 miles of Township roadways.
The Township has a list of emergency and priority roads that are maintained initially during an emergency.
- Please remove all vehicles as well as any other obstructions from the roadways since this hampers the snow plowing effort. Parking in the street prohibits the trucks from plowing the roadways.
- Have all basketball courts moved out of the right-of-way.
- Do not stop drivers during plowing operations for the safety of the public and drivers. If you need to report a complaint or request, please call the Public Works Department @ 609-652-3700 Ext. 244.
- When clearing your driveway and/or sidewalk please do not put the snow in the roadway.
Snow Emergency Routes
All roadways are to be plowed curb-to-curb and salted first and continually monitored for snow and ice. Snow emergency routes shall be completed in all areas prior to the start of all other routes. These routes shall remain open at all times. Tandem plowing will be performed on all snow emergency routes. If all the snow emergency routes in a section are completed, the Command Center will direct personnel to assist the nearest section with their snow emergency routes.
All Other Routes:
All Roadways are to be plowed curb to curb unless: