In preparation of a forecast of 12-20 inches in our area, a Snow Emergency has been declared beginning Thursday, December 17 at 12AM. Parking restrictions in effect beginning at 2:00AM but please move vehicles to the ODD side of the streets as soon as possible.
Vehicles may only be parked on the odd side of the street, which means the side of the street with even house numbers. The best place for vehicles is off street.
Vehicles should only be on the odd side of the street for the duration for Tuesday, December 17.
Vehicles not in compliance with these parking restrictions will be ticketed and towed.
Snow Emergency Routes will be maintained as priorities for plowing throughout the storm.
* Trash and recycling will not be picked up on Thursday, December 17 and will be delayed one day.
* Parking lots and meters are suspended.
All vehicles must be parked in allowable locations, including: private driveways or parking lots owned by the vehicle owner or with permission of the owner; municipal lots; or on the appropriate side of the street.
It can be confusing if one side of your street doesn't typically allow parking. However, during snow emergencies, any pre-existing parking restrictions which designate or prohibit parking on a particular side of the street are temporarily superseded by snow emergency alternate side of the street parking restrictions.
Vehicles still may not block driveways or fire hydrants. While the City offers snow emergency alternate side parking, individuals with access to off-street parking are strongly encouraged to move their vehicles off of the street to allow for the quickest and most effective clearing of snow.
Duration of Snow Emergency
Snow emergencies and related parking restrictions are typically in effect for at least two days in order for the Department of Public Works to clear both sides of the street. You must adhere to these parking restrictions and move your vehicle, regardless of whether or not the weather has improved or the street looks clear. Parking restrictions may be lifted sooner if the City determines it to be safe to do so. In this event, a separate alert will be sent announcing the change to parking restrictions.