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Yes, the County declared a local emergency at 9 a.m., Monday, August 3. This is an action taken by a governing body to activate its local emergency operations plan and allows the public body to purchase necessary equipment and request assistance from the state and federal governments, if needed.
The Governor did not issue an evacuation order. Residents are encouraged to shelter in place.
Due to the forecast track of Tropical Storm Isaias, Tuesday’s trash and recycling collections in York County are cancelled.
The McReynolds Athletic Complex (412 Sports Way) and Chisman Creek Park (1314 Wolf Trap Road) are available for the parking of vehicles, boats, trailers, RVs, etc. Parking is NOT permitted at school sites.
The latest closings and delays can be found here.
We can expect approximately three inches of rain and winds of 55-60 miles per hour with gusts up to 70 miles per hour possible.
Secure loose items around your home, such as potted plants, patio furniture, lawn tools. These items can become projectiles in high winds. It’s a good idea to gather together your emergency preparedness kit just in case you choose to leave or your home loses power. Now is the best time to charge your cell phone, laptop, iPad, etc.