Help spread the word: some Snow Emergency routes now posted “No Parking”
To ensure that all streets are open for emergency vehicles, “No Parking” signs have been posted on some Snow Emergency routes. These restrictions are in addition to the Winter Parking Restrictions that are already in effect.
The new parking restrictions address specific Snow Emergency routes that are problematic for vehicles to navigate. You may see postings of parking restrictions for one side or both sides on these routes. The signs will stay in place until conditions allow for normal parking again.
You should look for and follow the “No Parking” signs, and help remind others to do the same. Vehicles parked in a spot posted “No Parking” may be ticketed or towed to the impound lot. You can also help spread the word at your job and in your personal and professional networks.
These are the Snow Emergency routes that will have additional parking restrictions.
- Ninth Street South, from 20th to 24th avenues
- Chicago Avenue, from 26th to 28th streets
- 35th Street South, from Hennepin to Emerson avenues
- McKinley Street Northeast, from 25th to 29th Avenues
- Irving Avenue South, from 28th Street to Lagoon Avenue
- Xerxes Avenue South, from 39th to 50th streets
- 42nd Avenue South, from 34th to 46th streets
- 44th Avenue North, from Fremont to Penn avenues
- Third Avenue South, from Interstate 94 to 26th Street West
- Dupont Avenue South, from Franklin Avenue to 22nd Street West
- Fourth Avenue South, from Lake Street to 31st Street East
The “No Parking” restrictions continue where they were posted earlier in the season on two Snow Emergency routes: on Bryant Avenue from Lake Street to 50th Street and Grand Avenue from Lake Street to 46th Street.
Published Mar 19, 2014