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Parking restrictions for declared snow emergencies

Winter is coming! Blizzard conditions are expected as snow is set to start coming down heavily at noon Friday. For more, read Meteorologist Eric Sorensen’...
snow emergency

Winter is coming! Blizzard conditions are expected as snow is set to start coming down heavily at noon Friday. For more, read Meteorologist Eric Sorensen’s forecast. 

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Blackhawk Township, Illinois — A snow emergency was declared starting at noon on Friday, Jan. 17, 2020.

Blue Grass, Iowa — A winter weather emergency has been issued from 3 p.m. Friday until 6 p.m. Saturday.  This means there will be no parking allowed on city streets; this gives emergency vehicles and snow plows full access to the road.  The city’s public safety building will be open to those in need.

Burlington, Iowa — The Burlington area is under a winter weather advisory. Once 2 inches of snow accumulate, parking is not allowed on emergency snow routes until the advisory is cancelled.

Carbon Cliff, Illinois — A snow emergency has been declared starting at noon Friday until around noon Monday. Parking on snow routes is prohibited once snow reaches two inches. Vehicles parked on snow routes may be ticketed and towed. All streets and roads in the Village Corporate Limits are considered snow routes.

Clinton, Iowa — A snow emergency is in effect from 4 p.m. Friday until 4 p.m. Sunday.  Vehicles must be removed from all city streets by 7 p.m. on Friday, otherwise they may be ticketed or towed.  Calendar parking is in effect, that means on even days of the week, park on the side of the street with even addresses. On odd numbered days of the week, park on the side of the street with odd numbered addresses.  Snow routes will be cleared first before crews get to residential areas.

Coal Valley, Illinois — A snow and ice emergency is in effect starting Friday at 3 p.m. until Sunday at noon.  During that time, drivers cannot leave their vehicles on any village streets, avenues, alleys, or village parking lots when there are two or more inches of snow on the ground.

Dixon, Illinois — The City of Dixon would like to remind citizens of the Even/Odd parking procedure. This ordinance is in effect when there is more than 2 inches of snow on the street between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. Once a side of the road has been cleared for an entire block, parking can resume as normal. The fine for “Snow Parking” violations is $75.00 and the vehicles will be towed.

Eldridge, Iowa — Parking on all city streets is not allowed from 5 p.m. Friday to 3 p.m. Saturday for a snow emergency. Eldridge provides snow emergency parking lots at the Municipal Parking Lot, Faith Lutheran Church, United Methodist Church, North Scott Junior High School south side parking lot, the east and west side of Centennial Park, Cornerstone Baptist Church and the Water Treatment Plant. Visit the City of Eldridge, Iowa website for more.

Galesburg, Illinois —  A snow emergency has been declared for Galesburg, IL effective immediately. Citizens are reminded that a parking prohibition will take effect on all Galesburg City streets during the snow emergency. Vehicles parked on City streets (except in the central business district) during this time will be subject to ticketing and towing. The parking prohibition will remain in effect until all streets are cleared.

Moline, Illinois — A snow emergency has been declared for Moline. Parking is prohibited on a snow route effective immediately until snow has stopped and has been cleared. Vehicles in violation are subject to being enforced by the Police Department.

Rapids City, Illinois — No street parking is allowed from 1 p.m. Friday until 2 p.m. Saturday.

Rock Falls, Illinois — A snow emergency is in effect from 6 p.m. Friday, January 17 until Sunday. Parking restrictions will be in place during this time, using odd-even parking.  This means, drivers should park on the side of the street with odd-numbered addresses on odd days of the week and even-numbered addresses on even days of the week.  Click here for more information on snow routes in Rock Falls. 

Rock Island, Illinois — A snow emergency is effective at 3:00 PM, January 17, 2020. Once snow depth has reached 2 inches, parking is not allowed on any marked snow routes until the snow has stopped and has been cleared. Vehicles parked on marked snow routes can receive a $35 parking ticket and may be towed simultaneously. To facilitate snow removal the City is requesting that Rock Island residents not park on residential streets until snow removal is completed.

Walcott, Iowa — A snow emergency was issued from noon Friday until 6 p.m. on Saturday. The city asks people to avoid parking on city streets. If necessary, the city says to park on odd-numbered streets on Friday and even-numbered streets on Saturday.

Walnut, Illinois —  A snow emergency is in effect from noon Friday, Jan. 17 until noon on Saturday Jan. 18.

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Parking restrictions for declared snow emergencies
Parking restrictions for declared snow emergencies