Managing Director DiBerardinis will lift the City’s Snow Emergency at 6:00AM on Thursday, March 22, in time for the morning commute.

All City of Philadelphia municipal government offices will open during normal business hours on Thursday, March 22. Supervisors are urged to give workers flexibility in their arrival time. The Courts of the First Judicial District will also be opened on a two-hour delay. Jurors should report for Jury Service at 10:15 AM.

SEPTA
SETPA plans to resume normal weekday service on all modes starting Thursday, March 22. Expect some delays, bus route detours, suspensions and rail trip cancellations. Customers are urged to check for updates before starting their commutes. The latest service details can be found at www.septa.org.

The Philly 311 Call Center will reopen at 8:00 AM. For all non-emergency tree calls and for updates regarding snowplowing and salting operations, citizens should call 311, not 911. Non-emergency calls to 911 hamper the dispatchers’ ability to focus on immediate life-threatening emergencies.

Closures and Cancellations
Wednesday’s trash collections were suspended. No decision has been made on Thursday’s collection due to the entire Streets Sanitation supporting overnight snow removal operations.

School District of Philadelphia schools and Philadelphia Archdiocese Schools will open tomorrow, Thursday, March 22 on a two-hour delay.

Philadelphia International Airport plans to resume normal operations Thursday, March 22. However, there are numerous delays and cancelations, so travelers should check with their airline, or go to PHL.org, or call 1-800-PHL-GATE.