Targeted Snow Emergency Routes will be posted “No Parking” to improve traffic safety and flow

Because of snow and ice buildup along curbs, even some Snow Emergency routes aretoo narrow for traffic to flow safely. To ensure that all streets are open for emergency vehicles, “No Parking” signs will be posted on some Snow Emergency routes, which is in addition to the Winter Parking rules that are already in affect.

Over the coming days, street crews will address specific areas that are problematic for vehicles to navigate. Residents and business owners may see on their blocks:

These are the Snow Emergency routes that will soonhave additional parking restrictions.

Drivers should look for and follow the “No Parking” signs, and help remind others to do the same. Vehicles parked in a spot posted for “No Parking” may ticketed or towed to the impound lot.

Previously, two snow emergency routes were posted and the “No Parking” restrictions continue on Bryant Avenue from Lake Street to 50th Street and Grand Avenue from Lake Street to 46th Street.

Published Mar 7, 2014



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