Governor Jack Markell announced he has lifted the State of Emergency Level One Driving Warning effective at 10:00 a.m. this morning.
State of Delaware offices will be closed today, as we continue to recover from the winter storm that ended this morning.
Delaware Emergency Management Agency | Department of Safety and Homeland Security | Department of Transportation | Former Governor Jack Markell (2009-2017) | News | Office of the Governor | Date Posted: Tuesday, January 21, 2014
With a severe winter storm generating significant snowfall throughout Delaware, Governor Jack Markell has declared a State of Emergency that includes a statewide “Level 1 Driving Warning,” effective immediately.
Snow has begun to fall in New Castle County, and DelDOT trucks are on the road in what promises to be a significant snow event.
Delaware Governor Jack Markell, Transportation Secretary Shailen Bhatt, other dignitaries, and members of the media gathered at the Smyrna-Clayton American Legion Ambulance Station # 64, to celebrate the completion of the Carter Road-Sunnyside Road to Wheatleys Pond Road Project.