The Woodbridge Community Center has advised that it will have a delayed opening on Friday morning. The center will open up at noon Friday, Jan. 3.
Homes that normally have their recycling picked up on Friday morning are asked to put their cans out on Saturday morning instead, due to the pending winter storm that is expected to drop as much as half a foot of snow on our area.
According to a press release from the mayor's office, recycling pick up will be rescheduled this week from Friday, Jan. 3 to Saturday, Jan. 4.
Additionally, street parking will be suspended on roads that are designated as "Snow Emergency Routes" for the next 24-36 hours, according to the release.
The list of affected streets can be found here.
Vehicles parked there must be removed. Parking will remain suspended until the street has been plowed and normal flow of traffic can resume, according to the release.
Homeowners and businesses with sidewalks on their properties must clear snow and ice from the walks within 24 hours of the end of the storm, according to the release.
Additional Woodbridge weather advisories can be found on the township's public television network, TV-35.
The Woodbridge Office of Emergency Management and the township Department of Public Works is ready to begin plowing and salting Woodbridge's main streets and highways for the next 24-36 hours, according to the township.
Plowing and salting on residential and secondary roads will be done depending on the conditions of the storm and as crews become available, according to the township.