Emergency Snow Parking Ban in Effect; Cars must be moved off of Emergency Snow Parking Ban StreetsFebruary 03, 2022
The Lakewood Police Department has announced that the Emergency Snow Parking Ban has gone into effect as snow fall has exceeded four inches in the last 24 hours. Police will begin enforcing the Emergency Snow Parking Ban beginning at 4:30 PM today. Cars parked on Emergency Snow Ban streets may be ticketed and towed.
On streets that are posted Emergency Snow Ban streets, whenever there is snow fall of four (4) inches or more within a twenty-four (24) hour period, the emergency snow ban takes effect. The snow ban restrictions on parking take effect without any requirement of an announcement by the City of Lakewood. In the event of a snow fall of four inches or more, parking is not permitted on streets posted as emergency snow ban streets. Motorists should always consult the posted signs, and be advised that in the event of a snow fall of four inches or more, the emergency snow parking bans will be enforced.
The Emergency Snow Parking Ban streets are as follows:
- Athens Avenue (Carabel to Lincoln)
- Belle Avenue (Madison to Lake)
- Berea Road (Horseshoe Bridge to W. 117th)
- Bunts Road (Lakewood Heights Boulevard to Clifton Boulevard)
- Clifton Boulevard (Webb to W. 117th)
- Delaware Avenue (McKinely to Brown)
- Detroit Avenue (Gridley to W. 117th)
- Lake Avenue (Webb to W. 117th)
- Lakewood Heights Boulevard (Woodward to Horseshoe Bridge)
- Madison Avenue (Riverside to W. 117th)
- Riverside Drive (Sloane to Fischer)
- W. 117th Street (Berea to Edgewater)
- Warren Road (Lakewood Heights Boulevard to Clifton Boulevard)
- West Clifton (between Riverside and Clifton)
Residents may park their cars in municipal parking lots for free during an Emergency Snow Parking Ban. Click here for a list of municipal parking lots that may be used during an parking ban.
The ban remains in effect until snow plowing operations have ended. An announcement will be made when the ban has been lifted.
Click here for more information about Emergency Snow Parking Bans.
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