Residents Can Listen To 750 AM For Snow-Related Information

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Published: January 7, 2017 @ 4:28 PM EDT

Residents can now listen to snow and emergency information on Roselle Park’s own radio station frequency 750 AM.

The station was established last year to provide information to as many residents as possible since, even in the event of a power outage, portable radios as well as those in vehciles can still be used.

Currently, the station is listing streets where parking is prohibited for snow plowing and snow removal once there is an accumulation of over two (2) inches. A list of the snow streets is available below:

  • Avon Street to East Westfield Avenue
  • Beechwood Avenue (both sides between Amsterdam Avenue & Colfax Avenue)
  • Chestnut Street (both sides for the entire length)
  • Clay Avenue (both sides between Grant Avenue & Faitoute Avenue)
  • Colfax Avenue (both sides between Chestnut Street & Laurel Avenue)
  • Colfax Avenue (southside between Laurel Avenue & the southside Valley Road)
  • Columbus Place (west side from West Clay to West Westfield Avenue)
  • Faitoute Avenue (both sides for the entire length)
  • Galloping Hill Road (both sides for the entire length)
  • Grant Avenue (both sides for the entire length)
  • Hawthorne Street (west side between West Clay Avenue & West Westfield Avenue)
  • Hazel Street (east side between West Colfax Avenue & West Roselle Avenue)
  • Lincoln Avenue (both sides between Galloping Hill Road & Locust Street)
  • Locust Street (both sides for the entire length)
  • Magie Avenue (east side to East Westfield Avenue)
  • Roosevelt Street (west side between West Clay Avenue & West Westfield Avenue)
  • Roselle Avenue (both sides from Colfax Avenue northerly and easterly to the westerly curbline of Hazel Street)
  • Valley Road (both sides between Westfield Avenue & Amsterdam Avenue)
  • Walnut Street (both sides between Grant Avenue & Clay Avenue)
  • Westfield Avenue (north & south sides between Elizabeth and Cranford city lines)
  • Willis Avenue (both sides from West Roselle Avenue south to dead end)

The Roselle Park Police Department (RPPD) is enforcing posted snow streets. Vehicles will be summonsed and may be towed at owners expense.