Malden Storm Center: No Classes Wednesday at Cheverus School

Visit the Malden Storm Center page for updates related to the snowstorm.

Car covered in snow. Credit: File photo
Car covered in snow. Credit: File photo

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Here is the Malden Storm Center where we will be posting updates related to the snowstorm:

8 p.m.: No school Wednesday for Malden Catholic High School.

5:15 p.m.: Mystic Valley Regional Charter School has postponed the Tuesday night PTO session until 7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 27, according to the school's Facebook page.

5 p.m.: There will be no school at Cheverus School on Wednesday, according to the school's Facebook page.

4:30 p.m.: The Malden Chamber of Commerce's Business After Hours event Tuesday night at Malden Catholic High School has been postponed until 5:30-7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 28, according to the chamber's Facebook page.

3:30 p.m.: In case you didn't hear it, check out this recording from the city announcing the snow emergency and parking ban, courtesy of reader John Moura. 

1:25 p.m.: No school Wednesday for Malden Public Schools students, according to the City of Malden Facebook page.

1:40 p.m.: Here are some snowstorm-related updates, according to the City of Malden Facebook page:

Snow Emergency and Parking Ban
As of this evening, Tuesday, Jan. 21 at 6 p.m., we will be declaring a snow emergency. After the snow emergency goes into effect at 6:00PM, winter parking rules will be strictly enforced until the emergency is lifted. To avoid getting a ticket or being towed on streets with restrictions, you must seek off-street parking until the snow emergency has been lifted. 

The city will open up several locations for residents to park free of charge until the snow emergency has been lifted, including:

• Early Learning Center, 257 Mountain Ave.
• Beebe School, 401 Pleasant St.
• Forestdale School, 74 Sylvan St.
• Ferryway School, 150 Cross St.
• Linden School, 29 Wescott St.
• Salemwood School, 529 Salem St.
• CBD Garage, 170 Centre St. 

Again, vehicles can park at these locations free of charge, but must be removed when the snow emergency is lifted. 

If the weather forecast holds, we hope to lift the parking ban by tomorrow night at 6PM, but check back frequently to confirm. We will also be issuing a CodeRED call with this information a well. 

DPW Storm Operation Plan
DPW Director Bob Knox plans to deploy a “pre-treat” sanding operation in the early evening and then go into a full-scale plowing operation by late evening. If the weather holds to its forecast, we expect to be in a widening operation tomorrow and expect a full sidewalk clearing operation to kick in tomorrow evening through Thursday. 

After many requests from our residents and input from our friends at Bike to the Sea, Mayor Christenson has decided to include the clearing of the Bike Path as part of our snow removal operation during this storm.

Public Schools
Canceled tomorrow, Wednesday, Jan. 22

City Services
-Trash/Recycling will still be picked up, but remember that with the holiday on Monday, we are in a one-day delay this week, so tomorrow (Wednesday, Jan. 22), Tuesday’s trash route will be collected.

Public Buildings
-City Hall will close Tuesday at 6 p.m. and will be closed all day Wednesday.
-Teen Center will close Tuesday at 6 p.m. and will be closed all day Wednesday.
-Library will close Tuesday at 6 p.m. and will be closed all day Wednesday.
-Senior Center will close Tuesday at 6 p.m. and will be closed all day Wednesday.

City Asking Residents To...
-Assist in the shoveling out of fire hydrants, when possible.
-Refrain from throwing any snow on to City streets, sidewalks or public spaces.
-Think about your snow removal plan now as we will be enforcing our ordinance at the end of the storm."


How Much Snow is Malden Getting?

Trash and Recycling Pickup:
  • Delayed one day due to Martin Luther King Day on Monday. For example, Wednesday trash pickup is now on Thursday.
School Cancelations
  • The Senior Center, Teen Center, Library and City Hall will be closing at 6 p.m. Tuesday and will be closed all day Wednesday, Jan. 22.
Power Outages
  • None.
Important Numbers:
  • Police/Fire Emergencies: 911
  • Non-Emergency Police : 781-397-7171
  • Non-Emergency Fire : 781-397-7383
  • National Grid power outages : (800) 465-1212
  • National Grid gas emergencies: (800) 233-5325
  • Comcast : (800) 266-2278
  • Verizon : (800) 837-4966 (VERIZON)
List of Cab Companies:
  • Taxi Time: (781) 662-0300
  • Malden Taxi: (781) 322-5050 and (781) 324-5050
  • Malden Cab Company: (781) 322-5050
  • Oak Grove Cab: (781) 665-5050
  • Stoneham Taxi: (781) 279-2828
  • Tan Taxi: (781) 395-6666
List of tow companies:
  • Andy's Service Center: (781) 324-7505
  • Culleton Brothers: (781) 322-4665
  • Stephen's Autobody (Melrose): 781-665-7828
  • Kearney's Towing (Stoneham): (781) 438-8484
  • Stoneham Towing Inc.: (781) 438-3500
  • Phil Howe's Towing (Wakefield): (781) 245-2468
  • Advanced Auto Transport (Wakefield): (781) 246-5831
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Golfer January 21, 2014 at 07:52 PM
Heard it at 12:14 through my tinfoil hat! lol just a joke.
WoodStock January 21, 2014 at 08:06 PM
City Council members shovel, ha ha ha right. The city probally comes and does it for them with the bobcat.
Julie the Jarhead January 21, 2014 at 09:43 PM
Woodstock -- There is a home in upper West Street that has a Malden DPW truck clearing the sidewalk and the street in front of the residence. Too bad they don't do half as good a job in the rest of the city.


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