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Norwalk Connecticut Police Station Address: 1 Monroe St, Norwalk, CT 06854, United States

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Norwalk Public Schools will have a 2 hour delayed opening today, Thursday, March 22. No AM PreK.

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Policing is a very difficult job that takes its toll on officers. Some tragically have left us as a result, including Officer Matthew Morelli, who we remember today on the tenth anniversary of his passing.

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Snow is falling in Norwalk. Driver’s remember to wear your seatbelt, headlights on and reduce your speed. Snow is expected to become heavy around 2:00pm, so stay off the roads. Stay Safe!!

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Norwalk Public Schools will have a 2-hour early dismissal today, Wed, March 21. No PM PreK. Afternoon & evening programs & activities are cancelled.

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A double barrel low pressure system is forecast to move just south of our area on Wednesday and Wednesday night. The National Weather Service has issued Winter Storm Warnings for the entire state beginning at midnight and continuing until 8:00 am Thursday morning. The following forecast is based on a blend of the NAM and GFS models.

Wednesday Morning: Light snow is forecast to spread slowly into the state between 7:00 AM at the coast to noon in the Hartford area. No significant impact is expected on the morning rush hour or late morning travel. Temperatures are forecast to drop a few degrees at the start of the light snow and hold between 25 – 30 F across most of the state. Northeast winds are forecast to gust to 25 MPH inland and 35 MPH along the coast at times.

Wednesday Afternoon: The snow is forecast to become moderate in Southern CT by the afternoon rush hour at 3:00 PM. The snow intensity in the Hartford area is forecast to become moderate between 3:00 – 6:00 PM. Total accumulations by the rush hour are forecast to range from less than 1″ in the Hartford area up to 1″ – 3″ along the coast. The impact on the afternoon rush hour is expected to be minor in Northern CT and minor to moderate in Southern CT. Highs remaining near 30 F. Minor coastal flooding is possible during the afternoon high tides in Western Long Island Sound around 3:00 PM.

Wednesday Evening and Overnight: A period of moderate to heavy snow is possible between 5:00 PM and 11:00 PM across most of the state. The impact on travel could be moderate to major with heavy snow falling and sticking to roads. Lows in the upper 20’s. The snow is forecast to end before daybreak on Thursday. A minor impact to the rush hour is still possible Thursday morning.

Total accumulations are forecast to range from 3″ – 6″ along the southeast coast (where sleet and rain may mix in), up to 6″ – 12″ in a wide band across the center of the state. Less snow is expected in the NW Hills with 3” – 6”. The Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection

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Norwalk, CT Police Department2 days ago

Mayor Harry Rilling has declared a snow emergency starting at 8:00 pm Tuesday March 20th.

Garbage and recycling pick up will start one hour early on Wednesday March 21th. The Transfer Station and Yard Waste Site will be open on their regular scheduled hours on Wednesday March 21st. Call Customer Service for updates (203) 854-3200.
Please check www.norwalkps.org for school closing information.

The Fire Department is asking residents to ‘adopt a hydrant’. If possible, please clear hydrants closest to your property to help firefighters get quick access during fires. Residents and businesses are reminded to shovel sidewalks as required by City code.

In addition to the City’s website and social media sites, the Code Red system may be used to update residents.

In order to allow the Public Works Department to efficiently plow the streets , please move your vehicles off the streets that are marked as snow emergency route. Vehicles that remain parked on streets marked as snow emergency routes may be ticketed and towed. You may park for Free at the Maritime and Yankee Doodle garages ONLY while the snow emergency/ CodeRed is in effect. There is no parking in the open parking lots between 2 AM and 6 AM to allow for snowplowing services. For your own safety, limit travel during this storm and make sure vehicles are free of snow and ice before driving. Thank you for your cooperation and patience during this winter storm.
Map of Snow Emergency Routes

We will be updating the City’s website, www.norwalkct.org throughout the storm and have posted information about the snow emergency and preparedness tips as well.

In accordance with City Code Chapter 99, the snow emergency is in effect at 8:00 pm, Tuesday March 20, 2018:
1. No vehicle shall park or otherwise remain standing upon any snow emergency route when there is present an accumulation of two or more inches of snow or ice for a period of one hour or more between 6:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m. of any day.
2. A declared snow emergency shall remain in effect until terminated by announcement of the Mayor.
3. No person shall park a vehicle or otherwise allow a vehicle to stand upon any portion of a snow emergency route. No person shall park a vehicle or otherwise allow a vehicle to stand upon any street in such a manner as to constitute a hazard or obstruction to vehicular or pedestrian traffic or to hamper and interfere with the work of removing or plowing snow or removal of ice. 4. Vehicles in violation of these restrictions may be ticketed and/or towed at owner expense.

Snow removal information, plowing and parked vehicle information, emergency routes.

Stay informed! Listen to a NOAA weather radio or check local forecasts and news reports regularly.
If you experience a power outage, report it to your electric provider. Don’t assume they know about your outage or that someone else has called.
Keep cell phones and other mobile devices charged. Remember, text messages can often go even if cell phone calls can’t.
Keep your emergency supplies kit, including water, and copies of important documents, in a waterproof, portable container, in an easily accessible location.
If your basement may flood, move items off the floor and check sump pumps to ensure they’re functioning properly.
Be a good neighbor. Check on friends or family who may need help with shoveling. If you’re able, ‘Adopt a Hydrant’- clear a 3 foot area all around the fire hydrant and a path to the street to help Norwalk firefighters.
Use common sense! Please don’t risk your life chasing a thrill. Extreme activities (kayaking, etc) not only risk your life, but the lives of the first responders who are called to assist.
For additional safety tips, visit www.ready.gov
For social media updates, Like us on Facebook – NorwalkOEM or follow us on Twitter @Norwalk_OEM.
To report power outages:
Eversource : 800-286-2000 SNEW: 203-866-3366
Third Taxing District: 203-663-6875