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Important Weather Information

School Closing Information System – Review a real-time listing of school closures from across the state of Delaware.   School Closing E-mail Registration Website – Subscribe to e-mail, text, and/or voice message notification of school closings and other school status.   School Closing Information by Phone – A voice activation system which provides school closing […]




UPDATE: Governor Carney Terminates Level 2 Driving Restriction in Sussex County, Effective at Noon

WILMINGTON, Del. – Governor John Carney has terminated the Level 2 Driving Restriction in Sussex County, effective at noon. The State of Emergency will remain in effect in Sussex County until further notice to allow the Delaware National Guard to continue assisting local and state authorities with response to the winter storm. As he lifted […]




UPDATE: State of Emergency, Level 2 Driving Restriction Remain in Effect in Sussex County

WILMINGTON, Del. – The State of Emergency and Level 2 Driving Restriction remain in effect throughout Sussex County. Governor Carney also has authorized the Delaware National Guard to assist state and local officials with any necessary response and recovery for this severe winter storm. Roadways update from DelDOT The priority for DelDOT is clearing and […]




Governor Carney Announces State of Emergency for Sussex County and Level 2 Driving Restriction Countywide

Only essential personnel to operate vehicles   WILMINGTON, Del. – With roadway conditions continuing to deteriorate, Governor Carney on Thursday issued a State of Emergency for Sussex County and Level 2 Driving Restriction. The State of Emergency for Sussex County took effect at 2:00 p.m., and the Level 2 Driving Restriction took effect at 1:00 p.m. […]




Storm Report #3 – Monday March 3 (11:30am)

The Winter Storm Warning, issued by the National Weather Service (NWS), remains in effect for New Castle and Kent Counties until 4:00pm today, March 3rd.







 Pages Tagged With: "driving restriction"

Important Weather Information

School Closing Information System – Review a real-time listing of school closures from across the state of Delaware.   School Closing E-mail Registration Website – Subscribe to e-mail, text, and/or voice message notification of school closings and other school status.   School Closing Information by Phone – A voice activation system which provides school closing […]




UPDATE: Governor Carney Terminates Level 2 Driving Restriction in Sussex County, Effective at Noon

WILMINGTON, Del. – Governor John Carney has terminated the Level 2 Driving Restriction in Sussex County, effective at noon. The State of Emergency will remain in effect in Sussex County until further notice to allow the Delaware National Guard to continue assisting local and state authorities with response to the winter storm. As he lifted […]




UPDATE: State of Emergency, Level 2 Driving Restriction Remain in Effect in Sussex County

WILMINGTON, Del. – The State of Emergency and Level 2 Driving Restriction remain in effect throughout Sussex County. Governor Carney also has authorized the Delaware National Guard to assist state and local officials with any necessary response and recovery for this severe winter storm. Roadways update from DelDOT The priority for DelDOT is clearing and […]




Governor Carney Announces State of Emergency for Sussex County and Level 2 Driving Restriction Countywide

Only essential personnel to operate vehicles   WILMINGTON, Del. – With roadway conditions continuing to deteriorate, Governor Carney on Thursday issued a State of Emergency for Sussex County and Level 2 Driving Restriction. The State of Emergency for Sussex County took effect at 2:00 p.m., and the Level 2 Driving Restriction took effect at 1:00 p.m. […]




Storm Report #3 – Monday March 3 (11:30am)

The Winter Storm Warning, issued by the National Weather Service (NWS), remains in effect for New Castle and Kent Counties until 4:00pm today, March 3rd.