Snow storm information, P-EBT info. for December, new testing location & more | December 17, 2020

LYNN NEWS ROUND-UP
DECEMBER 17, 2020

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The City of Lynn will return to modified Phase 2, Step 2 tomorrow. Click here to read more.


Storm updates from Lynn City Hall

The Winter Storm Warning issued by the National Weather Service – Boston has expired. However, as of 1pm, a Gale Warning will be in effect until 7PM & a Coastal Flood Advisory will be in effect until 4PM. As of 10:36AM the NWS is reporting 12.5 inches of snow for the City of Lynn.

LYNN’S PARKING BAN ENDS AT 7PM

Please remove all vehicles parked in designated City lots by 6:00 AM, Friday, December 18. All vehicles still in designated City lots will be subject to ticketing and towing.

A reminder that Waste Management Trash and Recycling collection will have a one day delay the remainder of the week.

The Lynn DPW and the Fire Department ask residents to clear any catch basins or fire hydrants that are in front of their property if they are able to.

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Please click here to read about snow removal, snow emergency procedures, parking lot list during bans, & more for the City of Lynn.

We will update this part of the post with any information we receive in from the City of Lynn, and other info. of interest to the Lynn Community.

  • Lynn City Hall will continue to be closed to the public on Thursday, Dec. 17th  & Friday, Dec. 18th offering city services through staff working remotely.
  • Lynn Public Schools will operate completely remotely both Thursday and Friday this week. Meal pickup at the designated schools will continue as planned on Friday. See below for LPS meal distribution plans for the next 2 weeks.
  • Waste Management Trash and Recycling Collection will be delayed on Thursday, December 17th to Friday, December 18th, with Friday’s normal scheduled pickup done on Saturday.
  • For Lynn residents that need it, there is a sand/Salt mix you can get in front of DPW on Commercial St., using your own bucket & shovel.

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Snow storm information, special holiday programming on Christmas Eve & Day, & more | December 16, 2020

LYNN NEWS ROUND-UP
DECEMBER 16, 2020

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Lynn City Hall is closed today, click here for more .

The City of Lynn will return to modified Phase 2, Step 2 this Friday, December 18th. Click here to read more.


Winter storm impacts Southern New England, updates from City of Lynn

Photo by LCTV staff

The National Weather Service’s Boston branch has issued a Winter Storm Warning for most of southern New England ahead of the storm. It will be in effect from Wednesday at 7PM until Thursday at 1PM.

Snow will be heavy at times overnight, with rates as high as 1-2 inches an hour, before tapering off by Thursday afternoon. If you must travel it is being recommended that you keep an extra flashlight, food, & water in your vehicle in case of an emergency.

In addition to the heavy snowfall there will be strong wind gusts with the approaching storm, particularly along the coast (35-45 mph) and the Cape and Islands (50-60 mph). This may result in isolated power outages. Please check the National Grid Power Outage map by clicking here if you experience any issues.

   

  

Click the images above for graphics courtesy of the National Weather Service.

2020 City of Lynn Winter Storm & Parking Information

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PARKING DURING A SNOW EMERGENCY

No vehicles may park on a public street or sidewalk during a declared Snow Emergency.

Residents can move their vehicles to Designated City Parking Lots at 9 PM when the Snow Emergency Blue lights are turned on.

Please refer to the list of designated parking lots below. Vehicles must be removed promptly from these lots at the end of a Snow Emergency or they will be towed.

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