Smithfield Township Emergency Management

Smithfield Township Emergency Management This page is dedicated to keeping the citizens of Smithfield Township, Huntingdon County, PA. safe during emergencies.

Tyson recalls 69,093 lbs. of chicken strips due to possible pieces of metal
03/23/2019
Tyson recalls 69,093 lbs. of chicken strips due to possible pieces of metal

Tyson recalls 69,093 lbs. of chicken strips due to possible pieces of metal

Tyson Foods has recalledapproximately 69,093 pounds of frozen, ready-to-eat chicken strip products that may be contaminated with pieces of metal, the U. S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service announced Thursday. The chicken strips were produced on November 30, 2018, and sh...

03/11/2019
Spruce Creek Tavern

Spruce Creek Tavern

Leah and I would like to find the asshole that defiled a handicapped veterans vehicle in our parking lot this weekend. Not only are we outraged that there are people out there that think actions like this are acceptable but we also feel that if you have the time to do such a thing to someone who risked their life for your freedoms we wish you would have taken the time to drive by our establishment. If anyone has any information or witnessed the actions please let us know

02/25/2019

Anyone having wind damage, please report it to the Township Office so they can update County EMA. 814-643-6702.

Frostbite and hypothermia: What you should know
01/30/2019
Frostbite and hypothermia: What you should know

Frostbite and hypothermia: What you should know

With the impending deep freeze on the horizon, health officials are reminding people how important it is make safety a top priority. Officials with the Pennsylvania Department of Health recommend that you stay inside as much as possible. They say if you have to go outdoors, you should dress in warm....

01/29/2019
Huntingdon County Emergency Management Agency (PA)

Huntingdon County Emergency Management Agency (PA)

WIND CHILL ADVISORY
The National Weather Service has issued a Wind Chill Advisory for Huntingdon County effective 5AM Wednesday(1/30) until 12Noon Thursday (1/31). Dangerously cold winds are expected, with wind chills as low as 20 below zero. The cold wind chills could cause frostbite on exposed skin in as little as 30 minutes. The Advisory area includes the counties of Huntingdon, Blair, Bedford, Fulton, Southern Centre and Southern Clinton.
HUNTINGDON COUNTY EMA 1.29.2019 1500 JMS

01/23/2019

Folks, It's Wednesday Morning and there is ICE one the road. This rain coming down is making conditions extremely slippy! DO Not go out driving unless it's absolutely necessary. There are 3 Motor Vehicle Accidents that have happened just within 20 minutes. BE CAREFUL!

01/21/2019
Huntingdon County Emergency Management Agency (PA)

Huntingdon County Emergency Management Agency (PA)

Sunday, January 20 9:30AM Weather Briefing
A polar plunge of arctic air will follow the Winter storm with sharply falling temperatures, areas of blowing snow and flash freezes across Huntingdon County and the region. Frigid temperatures will produce bitter cold to dangerous wind chills tonight into Monday. Temperatures will trend milder on Tuesday, but still about 10 degrees below normal, with the next storm system likely bringing mixed precipitation on Wednesday. A WIND CHILL ADVISORY is in effect for Huntingdon County from 1PM Sunday to 7PM Monday. The high temperatures for Sunday were reached this morning with temperatures falling thru the day to an overnight low of 3. Expect wind gusts nearing 40 mph. Wind chills will range from -15 to -25 The falling temperatures may cause wet roads to refreeze and lead to additional travel problems. The cold temperatures will also hamper storm clean up/snow removal and other recovery efforts.
HUNTINGDON COUNTY EMA 1.20.2019 0930hrs

01/12/2019
Huntingdon County Emergency Management Agency (PA)

Huntingdon County Emergency Management Agency (PA)

WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 3 PM THIS AFTERNOON TO 7 AM SUNDAY.
A light to plowable snow accumulation will bring slippery travel to south-central Pennsylvania INCLUDING HUNTINGDON COUNTY Saturday afternoon into early Sunday morning. The heaviest snowfall (2-4") is forecast near and south of US-22, which includes the Huntingdon County area. The heaviest snowfall is expected between 7 p.m. and 4 a.m. Expect slippery roads, reduced speeds, travel disruptions/delays and low visibility. Remember- if you don't have to drive, please don't! Stay off the roads and allow road crews to do their jobs- and maybe even help prevent an accident.
Huntingdon County EMA

WTAJ-TV
12/07/2018
WTAJ-TV

WTAJ-TV

Check your fridge or freezer for these beef products.

12/03/2018
Pennsylvania Game Commission

Pennsylvania Game Commission

*UPDATE* (Dec. 3, 2018, at 9:21 a.m.) -- We are still requesting information related to this case. Please continue to share and report any pertinent information to the PA State Police, Schuylkill Haven station at 570-754-4600. As a reminder, we are monitoring these comments, and we encourage you to post politely.

DEPUTY GAME WARDEN ASSAULTED: We are saddened and distressed by the assault of a deputy state game warden serving in Schuylkill County. The incident took place at approximately 10 a.m., Saturday, Dec. 1. The warden was assaulted during a law enforcement contact in Norwegian Twp. on the Grande Hunter Access Property along Peach Mountain Rd. near Saint Clair. The warden encountered two individuals unlawfully operating ATVs on lands closed to motor vehicle use. During the vehicle stop the suspects attacked the warden. They then fled the scene in the direction of Arnots Addition. One ATV was orange and black. Both ATVs were racing-type machines with loud exhausts. The suspects are middle-aged, approximately mid-50s, medium build, approximately 5’10”. Both have gray hair and facial hair. One suspect has a long goatee gathered in a ponytail with rubber bands. Anyone with information is asked to call the PA State Police, Schuylkill Haven station at (570) 754-4600.

11/26/2018
Altoona Fire Fighters IAFF Local 299

Altoona Fire Fighters IAFF Local 299

*** AVOID AREA***

99 NB CLOSED from 22 onramp to Plank Rd. Expecting a long term shutdown.

17:51 I99 NB mm29.5 3 Vehicle MVA w/rollover/ejection and heavy entrapment

AC304 E311 R332

WJAC-TV News
11/21/2018
WJAC-TV News

WJAC-TV News

Do you have any of these foods on your Thanksgiving menu? Check to make sure your items aren't under recall.

None directly in our area, but IF you are traveling!
11/16/2018
State reduces speed limits on roadways due to snow

None directly in our area, but IF you are traveling!

Due to current and predicted weather conditions, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation is reducing speed limits on several roadways.

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202 S 13th St
Smithfield, PA
16652

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(814) 643-6702

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