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The snow emergency declared for West York has been terminated. Residents may return to normal parking.

Officers are currently ticketing cars parked along the snow emergency routes.  We will begin towing operations as the storm progresses. Side Street parking is available as well as Borough lots.  If you are parked on:  W. Market St., W. King St., Highland Ave., Hoke St., or Adams St., Move your car(s) immediately!

This is a reminder that West York Borough has declared a snow emergency. If your car is parked on a primary snow emergency route, please move it immediately or it will be ticketed / towed

Today, West York Borough Mayor Bruce Vick declared a snow emergency for the Borough. The emergency will effect all primary snow emergency routes. Market Street, Highland Ave, King Street, and Hoke Street. Stay tuned for any additional information. Highland Avenue residents can use the Borough parking lot on Highland Avenue during the snow emergency. RESIDENTS ON PRIMARY ROUTES SHOULD MOVE THEIR CARS / VEHICLES TODAY!

 

Today, West York Borough Mayor Bruce Vick declared a snow emergency for the Borough. The emergency will effect all primary snow emergency routes. Market Street, Highland Ave, King Street, and Hoke Street. Stay tuned for any additional information. Highland Avenue residents can use the Borough parking lot on Highland Avenue during the snow emergency. RESIDENTS ON PRIMARY ROUTES SHOULD MOVE THEIR CARS / VEHICLES TONIGHT!

 

Early this morning, the West York Borough Police served an arrest warrant on Charles M. Benjamin, who is alleged to have committed numerous violent acts and subjected at least five of his children to serious bodily injury.

The full Press Release is available on our WYBPD Crimewatch Timeline.

A SNOW EMERGENCY HAS BEEN DECLARED.  The emergency will effect all primary snow emergency routes. Market Street, Highland Ave, King Street, and Hoke Street. Residents should move their vehicles now if parked on a primary route.

This evening, West York Mayor Mary Wagner issued a snow emergency within the Borough effective immediately. Please tune into West York Facebook, WYBPD Facebook, or West York Crimewatch for more information & how this effects residents.

The Newberry Township Police Department is currently on scene of an accident at the above location temporarily closing the roadway.

Do to the potential for extreme cold temperatures, the West York Fire Department (1341 W. Market St.) will be serving as a warming center / shelter from 6:00 pm tonight (1/30) for 24 hours. Should any resident be without heat or have a failure of their heating system and / or electric they may report to the Fire Company for assistance.

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