Weather Update from Mayor Kelly Yaede (Thursday, January 2nd at 9 PM):
“As snow accumulations continue throughout the evening, residents should avoid travel if possible or should exercise caution if they must travel. Conditions are likely to worsen into the evening. I, along with the Hamilton Township Office of Emergency Management and Department of Public Works are continuing efforts to treat our township roads, which will focus on clearing our primary or main roads until precipitation ends. Thank you for your patience and cooperation throughout and following this winter weather event.”
Kelly Yaede, Mayor
With snowfall beginning to accumulate, Hamilton Township crews are applying salt to main township roads and are mobilizing for plowing operations.
While precipitation continues, Township crews must continuously treat primary or main township roadways, which are utilized by the entire community, as well as emergency management personnel, in order to avoid our community’s integral network of roads from becoming impassable.
As this winter storm progresses, Mayor Yaede and Hamilton Township will continue to closely monitor the changing conditions. Any necessary updates will continue to be posted on the Hamilton Township website (www.HamiltonNJ.com) and social media websites.
Hamilton Township Municipal Government offices will be CLOSED on Friday, January 3rd, along with Mercer County Government offices and State of New Jersey offices being CLOSED.
Hamilton Township Public Schools will be CLOSED on Friday, January 3rd. Evening School District activities will also be CANCELLED.
Residents may wish to read additional information posted earlier today, as well as information from PSE&G and the NJ Office of Emergency Management, which has been shared by Hamilton Township.
Please continue to exercise caution and monitor weather forecasts throughout the evening.