Doylestown Township police are currently on scene of a two vehicle traffic accident on Almshouse Road at the Doylestown Pointe Shopping Center. Please use caution.


UGI is in the midst of an emergency repair on Jackson Drive in Lancaster Township. The roadway is CLOSED from Wilson Avenue to Hillside Drive and will remain closed for the majority of the day. Motorists are encourage to plan an alternate route and avoid this area. Updates will be provided as they become available. MEDIA CONTACT: Sergeant Michael T. Piacentino, W: 717-569-6401 Ext: 1583, C: 717-340-2130,

Spencer Avenue in Lancaster Township is closed for a downed wire, between Watson Avenue and Elm Avenue.  A detour has been posted to allow for traffic to get around the affected area.

MEDIA CONTACT: Sergeant Michael T. Piacentino, W: 717-569-6401 Ext: 1583, C: 717-340-2130,

Officers, Detectives, EMS & Fire Personnel are on scene for a stabbing incident with multiple victims. Traffic throughout the north side of Lancaster City is being effected. Expect delays until we get N. Queen St. open again.

The snow emergency declared for West York has been terminated. Residents may return to normal parking.

Multiple reports of downed wires are coming in from Manheim Township, Lancaster Township, and East Petersburg Borough.  Motorists should be be aware of wires being pulled down from branches under stress from heavy snow.  DO NOT APPROACH A DOWNED WIRE - CALL 9-1-1 RIGHT AWAY.  Emergency crews will respond to make the necessary repairs.  As always, please drive carefully!

Officers are currently ticketing cars parked along the snow emergency routes.  We will begin towing operations as the storm progresses. Side Street parking is available as well as Borough lots.  If you are parked on:  W. Market St., W. King St., Highland Ave., Hoke St., or Adams St., Move your car(s) immediately!

Lower Pottsgrove Township has set a Declaration of Snow Emergency effective at 6 PM this date based on the deteriorating conditions to the roads and poor visibility with darkness setting in.  This Declaration of Snow Emergency will remain in effect until further notice. Police ask travel be limited to essential traffic to allow our public works crews to work most efficiently and emergency crews to move freely across our roadways. We also remind residents to remove cars from roadways to allow curb to curb plowing.

This is a reminder that West York Borough has declared a snow emergency. If your car is parked on a primary snow emergency route, please move it immediately or it will be ticketed / towed

Today, West York Borough Mayor Bruce Vick declared a snow emergency for the Borough. The emergency will effect all primary snow emergency routes. Market Street, Highland Ave, King Street, and Hoke Street. Stay tuned for any additional information. Highland Avenue residents can use the Borough parking lot on Highland Avenue during the snow emergency. RESIDENTS ON PRIMARY ROUTES SHOULD MOVE THEIR CARS / VEHICLES TODAY!