If you see an Atlantic County roadway that needs more attention following the significant blizzard event remember that the road crews have 375 miles of County roadways to attend to, salt and plow, all at the same time.

They have a proven track record for high performance in times of significant challenge.

Atlantic County Executive Dennis Levinson reports:

Atlantic County public works crews are out today to re-apply salt and continue plowing operations on the nearly 375 miles of county roadways following Saturday’s blizzard that dropped more than a foot of snow in many areas of the county, said Levinson.

Levinson has also dispensed the following good advice for dealing with the current conditions following an extreme snow event:

Motorists are urged to exercise caution on roadways and stay well behind salt trucks and snow plows. Many secondary roads may still be snow covered.  It is also advisable to leave a safe distance between vehicles while traveling. Residents are also reminded of the NJ State law that requires motorists to remove snow from their vehicles before they venture out on roadways, said Levinson.

Atlantic County facilities that have been closed are expected to re-open tomorrow, Monday, January 31, 2022.

Levinson confirmed that “Atlantic County government offices will open at 10 AM on Monday, January 31, 2022, to allow for additional snow clearing following Saturday’s significant snow accumulations throughout the region.”

The Atlantic County/Stockton University Free COVID-19 testing will resume tomorrow in Galloway Township at 421 Chris Gaupp Drive, 7 AM – 5 PM, and on Tuesday in Atlantic City at the Carnegie Center, MLK Blvd. and Pacific Avenue, 10 AM – 5 PM. For more information and to pre-register, visit www.aclink.org.

SOURCE: Atlantic County Executive Dennis Levinson.

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