Trenton Mayor Eric Jackson issued a statement about the snow storm this afternoon urging residents to stay home and off the roads Friday night, Saturday, and Sunday. He also reminded residents to remove cars from snow-removal routes. Information on th routes is available at trentonnj.org.
Other reminders he mentioned:
* There is no trash collection on Saturday.
* Bring your pets indoors and be careful not to overexert yourself when shoveling snow.
* Check on your elderly friends and neighbors.
* Do not use the oven or kerosene heat as sources of heat.
* Do not use a space heater indoors that requires combustible fuel.
If you are a tenant with no heat and your landlord will not respond to your requests for help, call (609) 989-3560 to leave a message. An inspector from the city’s Department of Inspections will return your call.
If you need emergency assistance, dial 911. If you require non-emergency assistance, call (609) 989-4170. The city will use its “Emergency Broadcast System” as needed to convey important information to residents who have signed up to receive messages from the system.
If you experience a power outage, call PSE&G at 1-800-436-PSEG.
Following are Trenton area closings and event cancellations. If you have a closing to add to the list, email email@example.com.
January Into June: The Works of Haremza, Andrusiak & Glebocki reception scheduled for Friday night has been postponed.
The Wonderful Words family festival has been postponed and will be held Feb. 6.
Artworks will be closed Saturday and Sunday. Includes all classes and studio sessions.
All Mercer County Library branches are closed Saturday.
The Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton is closed Saturday and Sunday.
Ellarslie, the Trenton City Museum will be closed Saturday.