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Posted on: December 13, 2016

[ARCHIVED] City lifts Snow Emergency as of 3:30 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 13

The Snow Emergency declared on Monday has been officially lifted as of 3:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 13.

Thank you to all who complied with the parking ban during this timeframe. Touch-up snow plowing and salting will continue over the next couple of days to continue to clear the roads of remaining snow.


This latest Snow Emergency was run using Map A to identify priority of neighborhood streets. For the next Snow Emergency, Map B  will be used, flipping the order so those who were later in the order will now be first. Please click the corresponding links for details.

Although the large majority of residents complied with the parking ban, the City issued more than 200 tickets in the 33-hour timeframe to allow for the proper plowing of streets and safe passage of roadways. Please be mindful that the parking ban is in place until a Snow Emergency is officially lifted by the City. The City posts Snow Emergency information on its website, on Facebook and Twitter, on SHTV channels (5, 10 and 99) and also issues a press release to the media. Please sign up for alerts via Notify Me or follow the City on social media to stay in-the-loop during these circumstances.

For those unable to clear their own driveways and sidewalks during heavy snow, remember that the on-demand snow plowing service LawnGuru is available. Sign up for LawnGuru via desktop computer, tablet or smartphone at www.lawnguru.co in advance to ensure timely removal during or after a snow event.

Thank you again, and please stay tuned for snow updates from the City throughout this winter.

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