The National Weather Service is forecasting a significant snow event tonight, Sunday, March 3 until tomorrow, Monday, March 4, that will bring accumulating snow across the region.
Due to this predicted winter storm, the Town of Saugus has issued a Town-Wide Parking Ban, effective at 11 p.m. tonight, Sunday, March 3, 2019, and lasting until noontime on Monday, March 4, 2019, or until lifted.
Motor vehicles must be moved from streets in order for the Town to have roadways cleared, plowed, salted, and sanded for public safety and emergency vehicle access. Any vehicles remaining on the streets may be ticketed and towed.
Limited parking is available in the Saugus High School upper lot, located at 1 Pearce Memorial Drive. The official lot, designated for emergency overflow parking, is known as the “Upper Lot on Left” as you drive down Pearce Memorial Drive. Additional off-street parking is available at the Anna Parker Playground parking lot, located behind the Essex Street Fire Station at 120 Essex Street.
Any downed wires should be considered live. If you see downed wires, please call 911 immediately.
In the event of severe power outages or heating issues, emergency shelter will be activated if needed at the Saugus Senior Center. Anyone in need of these services should contact Saugus Emergency Management at 781-231-4175, or call 911.
Please be safe during this winter storm and check in on your family and neighbors. Our Police, Fire, Emergency Management, and Public Works Departments and our Emergency Medical Services are here to assist the residents of Saugus in any way we can. Please do not hesitate to call.