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Posted on: November 16, 2016

Snow Removal and Overnight Parking on Streets

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With winter weather in the forecast, please remember a few important reminders regarding snow removal and parking.

If the snowfall is two or more inches by 8 p.m., the snow parking regulations go into effect at 2 a.m. the next morning. At that time, snow plowing will begin and any vehicles parked on unplowed streets will be tagged and/or towed.

If an accumulation of two inches or more occurs after 8 p.m., the snow parking ban will go into effect the following morning at 2 a.m. (24 hours later).

If there is an accumulation of snow after 8 p.m., plowing may occur. Cars parked on the street will not be tagged, but cars may be plowed in.

Stay informed this winter by signing up for Snow Emergency Parking Ban Alerts. Subscribers receive email notifications from the City when citywide snow plowing is planned. Sign up for text and email alerts for the Snow Emergency Parking Ban under the “Notify Me” link on the website.

Residents can also visit or call 952-404-5369 after 8 p.m. to learn if the parking ordinance is in effect.

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