We would like to share some important information with our valued Hanwell residents.
Coming back to power and safe roads from our recent snow storm, we would like to send out a helpful reminders about winter conditions on the roads as well as our personal properties.
As the snow continues to fall and build, please remember that the dumping of snow on NB highways is illegal and could result in fines as high as $2,500.
Protecting our rural mail boxes and civil address numbers is important as well. The crews from the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure (DTI) work hard for everyone in their operations of snow plowing. However, and although they put a lot of effort into the avoidance of mail box and civic number disturbances, they are not responsible if the unfortunate instance of damage does occur.
The Transport Information Centre (TIC), working on behalf of DTI, can be contacted at: 1-833-384-4111 (Ext. 11) and email@example.com.
Attached are links to NB 511 for road conditions and NBEMO for information on 72 Hour Preparedness:
Last but not least, for anyone who has not registered for Voyent Alert! to receive important notifications for critical events such as fire, flood, and extreme weather, this is another very helpful resource. There are many options to pick from as well, such as road advisories, school closures, and emergencies, public safety notices, etc.