Abington Township Police Department Declares a Snow Emergency

Abington Township Code 156.39  authorizes the Chief of Police to declare a SNOW EMERGENCY when snowfall exceeds two inches or, in the Chief’s discretion where conditions warrant such a declaration to combat the hazards of snow and ice on the highways. The Abington Township Police Chief, Patrick Molloy, has declared a Snow Emergency for Abington Township beginning today, February 6, 2021 at 8PM and ending Sunday, February 7, 2021 at 8PM. No parking is allowed on the Snow Emergency Routes. Vehicles left on Snow Emergency Routes may be towed and impounded at the owner’s expense. Please see the list of Snow Emergency Routes provided below:

Snow Emergency Routes

Entire Roadways
  • Easton Road
  • Fox Chase Road
  • Highland Avenue
  • Huntingdon Pike
  • Meetinghouse Road
  • Moreland Road
  • Old Welsh Road
  • Old York Road
  • Susquehanna Road
Partial Roadways
  • Edge Hill Road (Moreland Road to Old Welsh Road)
  • Jenkintown Road (North Hills Avenue to Highland Avenue
  • Mt. Carmel Avenue (North Hills Avenue to Highland Avenue)
  • North Hills Avenue (Fitzwatertown Road to Moreland Road)
  • Township Line Road (Old York Road to Fillmore Street)
  • Valley Road (Lower Moreland to Susquehanna Road)
  • Woodland Road (Easton Road to Fitzwatertown Road)

For more information regarding snow and ice removal and to view a PDF of the Snow Emergency Declaration, please click here.