28 August 2011
West Pikeland has been doing regular updates during Hurricane
Irene. I am posting it here since nothing has come from West
Vincent Township. Once there is a State of Emergency, the
Township building should be staffed for any emergencies and to
assist people. I saw nothing of the sort.
Note that there is DRY ICE is available at:
Genaurdi's, 542 Kimberton Road, Phoenixville, (610) 935-3050
I ASK THAT YOU PLEASE LET THOSE WITHOUT POWER AND INTERNET
KNOW THIS INFORMATION.
Here is West Pikeland's latest update:
Emergency services via the West Pikeland Police Department will
continue through the day. Should you need emergency services
please call 9-1-1 and non-emergency 610-827-5007.
Please do not travel unnecessarily. Flooding conditions exist and
following roads are closed:
Horseshoe Trail between Chantilly Lane and Route 113;
* Lower Pine
Creek between Route 401 and Yellow Springs Road;
Street Road between Clover Mill Road and Nottingham
live wires with fallen trees;
* Horseshoe Trail near Dunsinane Hill Road due to live wires
with fallen trees;
These roads will open as conditions warrant. Township personnel are
to deal with trees that are entangled in utility lines. Please be
patient as PECO,
Comcast, & Verizon crews are aware of the closed roads above,
but their resources
are stretched thin.
For trees down on public property and roadways please e-mail email@example.com
or contact the Township at 610-827-5007.
Our Public Works staff is on-call to respond to urgent situations
Additionally under the Governor's Proclamation of Emergency (August
26 2011) the Township may request assistance from state agencies.
Power outages should be reported to PECO at 1-800-841-4141.
EOC reports (at 10 a.m.) there were approximately 84, 000 residents
without power. Chester
Co. EOC 610-344-5000
Dry Ice locations:
* Ice Butler, 44 Malin Road, Malvern,
* Genaurdi's, 542
Kimberton Road, Phoenixville, (610) 935-3050
* Genaurdi's, 830 East
Baltimore Pike, Kennett Square, (610) 444-7020