County roads now at Level 1, Camp Street closed in Sandusky, Boil alert in Vermilion

Roadways are hazardous due to accumulated snow or ice. Drive cautiously.
Courtney Astolfi
Jan 8, 2014

 

 
 
As of about 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Erie County Sheriff Paul Sigsworth issued a Level 1 winter road condition advisory until further notice. 
 
Huron, Ottawa and Sandusky counties, too, have downgraded to Level 1 snow emergencies.
 
• Level 1: Roadways are hazardous due to accumulated snow or ice. Drive cautiously.
 
• Level 2: Roadways are hazardous due to blowing and drifting snow and/or ice cover. Only those who believe it is necessary to drive should be on the roadways. Contact your employer to determine if you should report to work.
 
• Level 3:  Roadways are closed to all non-emergency travel due to extremely hazardous conditions. No one should be on the roadway unless it is absolutely essential to travel. Those operating vehicles on the roadway for non-emergency reasons may be subject to arrest.
 
The sheriff's office utilizes standardized winter road condition advisory levels to inform the public about the general condition of roadways throughout the county during a winter storm, particularly in the rural areas. Localized geographical areas within the county may experience better--or worse--road conditions then those listed in a given advisory level. Please monitor weather forecasts and/or information broadcast over or printed in local media outlets before you determine whether to venture out on the roadways. Please do not call the Sheriff's Office to make general inquiries about road conditions--our dispatchers are very busy, particularly during a winter storm. Thank you for your cooperation.