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Reminder to Genevans: You Can Get Ticketed if You Park in Snow Routes

Residents concerned about plowing on a particular street can contact the Public Works Department directly through the city's online request tracker.

It is strongly recommended residents remove their cars from the streets when a snow storm is forecasted to avoid being ticketed or having their vehicles towed.
It is strongly recommended residents remove their cars from the streets when a snow storm is forecasted to avoid being ticketed or having their vehicles towed.

The city of Geneva sent out a reminder this week about parking regulations during snow events. 

When road conditions become hazardous, streets that are posted with "Snow Emergency Route" signage are cleared of snow and ice first. Snow emergency routes are typically streets that have a large volume of traffic and higher speed limits. Parking on all snow routes is prohibited when the snowfall exceeds 2 inches or more.

Once snow emergency routes have been cleared of snow and ice, crews will then target secondary roadways, alleys, cul-de-sacs and dead-end streets. Parking is not permitted on secondary streets when there is a snowfall of 3 inches or more.

During a major snowstorm, secondary streets will receive one pass in each direction to provide access for motorists and emergency vehicles. When the snowfall has ended, all streets will be plowed curb-to-curb.

It is strongly recommended residents remove their cars from the streets when a snow storm is forecasted to avoid being ticketed or having their vehicles towed. Parking is not permitted on secondary streets at any time within 12 hours following a snowfall of 3 inches or more or until a street has been plowed to the curb.

Residents concerned about plowing on a particular street can contact the Public Works Department directly through the city's online request tracker.


SOURCE: City of Geneva

 

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