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It’s time to be reminded of City’s Snow Emergency

We heard an ugly four-letter word, starting with S in the forecast, so we decided it was time to remind residents of the City’s Snow Emergency policy.
Throughout the winter/spring season (until May 31), the City of Nevada has parking restrictions for snow removal.
Anytime 1 inch of snow or more falls, the snow emergency is AUTOMATICALLY in effect. This means no vehicle can be parked on or in a City street, alley, or parking lot until snow is removed.
The snow emergency helps City crews to remove all snow from these areas. It also reduces the risk of snow and ice buildup in these areas.
Streets Department leaders put it this way: “Please help us to help you.”
Snow Emergency signs are posted throughout the City with the snow emergency information. The City will not regularly send out any type of broadcast or alert that a snow emergency is in effect. “Automatically in effect” means if an inch of snow is on the ground, we are IN a SNOW EMERGENCY.
So, it’s best to plan ahead and pay attention to the forecast.
During these events, vehicles parked on the city streets, alleys, or parking lots face possible fines and/or are subject to having their vehicle towed at the owner’s expense.

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