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HARWICH – Welcome to the new Harwich Police Department website! We will be updating the information on the website very shortly and periodically to keep Harwich residents and website visitors updated on their community news, alerts and other important information.

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Good Evening:

A couple of observations from the continued blizzard.

1. The travel ban will be lifted at 12am Wednesday morning. Road conditions continue to be poor and everyone needs to stay off the street to allow the snow removal process to continue.

2. The shelter at Cape Cod Tech remains open at this time for those that do not have heat or electricity.

3. We are happy to report that at this time there are only 33 NSTAR customers in Harwich without power at this time.

4. The section of Route 28 at Bay Road will be closed temporarily at high tide due to water from Pleasant Bay that is spilling over the roadway.

5. The storm is expected to slowly wind down later this evening. Conditions are going to slowly improve and we are hoping that we continue to experience few problems associated with this storm.

As usual both the HPD and Harwich Fire Department are fully staffed and ready to assist our citizens as necessary.
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Good Morning:
Overall the town has fared very well. NSTAR is reporting that there are no power outages at this time.

Road conditions are not very good due to the continued heavy snow and strong winds. The Blizzard Warning is expected to remain in place until 12am on Wednesday.

The travel ban remains in effect until further notice so stay home unless it becomes absolutely necessary.

Stay tuned for updates as the storm continues.
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