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Salisbury Officials Ask Residents To Stay Off The Roads

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SALISBURY, Md. - Salisbury officials are urging residents to stay off the roads at 2PM. Monday morning they raised the City to a "Level 3 EOC Activation." That is a partial activation of the emergency operation center when an event/disaster is very probable. They are recommending people stay at home and off the streets, however it is not mandatory.

Officials are also asking folks to clear off porches and remove yard signs so these items don't become a hazard of a clean-up issue later.

If any citizen throughout the City feels the need to evacuate they can go to James M. Bennett High School which is the dedicated shelter. This shelter is also pet-friendly.

· No trash pick-up on Tuesday
· High tide today is 3:55 pm
· 3-4 inches of rain recorded
· forecasting 6-9 additional inches of rain
· wind speed 28 sustained, 37 mph gusts
· low number of power outages throughout the city (Delmarva.com or 1-800-898-8045)
· Schumaker Pond Dam lowered to handle rain
· Salisbury Police Department Fully Staffed and are doubled up in patrol cars
· Zoo is closed throughout Hurricane Sandy  
· 410-548-3177 (City Service Center) is active for any issues in the city and will be staffed continuously
· recommend people remain off the road especially prior to high-tide at 3:55 pm
· Non-emergency assistance calls to Salisbury Police Department at 410-548-3165
· Next Wicomico County EOC weather call is 9:00 p.m.
·  Wicomico County schools closed Tuesday

The City administration will meet again , Monday, October 29, 2012 at 5:00 PM at to assess the storm and tides.

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