The latest information from Montgomery County Public Information Office on updates and announcements.
The latest information from Montgomery County Public Schools about school closures and delayed openings.
Activities in schools are cancelled when public schools close early or for the entire day. Also find out about weekend and holiday cancellations or delays in County buildings.
Obtain information about modifications to hours of facility operations.
Information about modifications to hours of operation for Public Library branches.
Montgomery Parks' inclement weather closures are provided by the Maryland-National Capital Parks and Planning Commission.
Find out about delays or changes on the County's Ride On bus routes.
Go to Metro's website to get the latest information about train and bus schedules and delays in service.
Get real-time information on what's happening on roads in the area from Montgomery County and the State of Maryland.
Using the County's nearly 200 traffic cameras, check road conditions before venturing out.
Learn whether your recycling or trash pick-up will be affected by the winter storm.
Check the Council home page for weather or emergency related cancellations or postponements of Council meetings and hearings.
The Office of Emergency Management and Homeland Security provides information on how to prepare for winter storms. The When It Snows guide also provides useful storm information.
Answers to frequently asked winter weather questions are provided by the Montgomery County Department of Transportation (MCDOT).
During weather emergencies, MC311 provides emergency response support as long as it is needed. Contact MC311 by phone (311 or 240-777-0311) or visit www.mc311.com.
The Montgomery County Winter Storm Event Social Media Hub, powered by Stackla, aggregates County Winter Storm social media feeds and posts for up to date storm information.
The MDOT Coordinated Highways Action Response Team (CHART) web site provides access to realtime highway and traffic data for Maryland state roads.
Register with Alert Montgomery to receive emergency County updates, warnings and instructions on any of your devices.
Property owners are required by law to clear sidewalks in front of, and alongside, their properties within 24 hours of the end of a snow storm.
The State of Maryland, the Federal Government, other County departments, agencies, and jurisdictions as well as some homeowners associations also have responsibility for plowing.
County residents are required by law to clear sidewalks in front of and alongside their properties within 24 hours of the end of a snowstorm.
But don’t just do it because it’s the law.