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Posted on: February 21, 2023

[ARCHIVED] Winter Parking Ban Declared

Winter Parking Ban (002)

Mayor Justin M. Nickels has declared a Winter Parking Ban for overnight tonight into Wednesday morning (2-22-23), Wednesday night into Thursday morning (2-23-23), and Thursday night into Friday morning (2-24-23).   This is in anticipation of the upcoming snow storm.  Watch for an upgrade to a Snow Emergency.    

The Winter Parking Ban will be in effect overnight Tuesday night into Wednesday morning, Wednesday night into Thursday morning and Thursday night into Friday morning from 1:00 a.m. – 6:00 a.m.  There shall be no parking on the Winter Parking Ban streets (salt routes which include bus and truck routes, arterial streets, State Highways, and County Trunks within the City’s jurisdiction). Please seek alternative parking on non-restricted streets.  Tickets will be placed during the Winter Parking Ban.   Winter Parking Ban fine is $50.00. 

Please stay at least 75 feet behind the plow truck when they have their blades down and are plowing or when trucks are salting.   If you can’t see the driver in the mirror, the driver cannot see you. Remember plows back up frequently.  Thank you for helping our crews plow the streets safely.

Salt Route Maps are available on the City website, www.manitowoc.org, by clicking on departments, Public Infrastructure, Streets, Snow & Ice Control, and Snow/Salt Maps.

Notification of the Winter Parking Ban will be on the City website, www.manitowoc.org, as well as the City Facebook page, WOMT, WCUB, WLKN, WTAQ, WBAY, FOX 11, NBC26, Xfinity Channel 4, text and/or email alert or call 920-686-6550.

Follow the City of Manitowoc on Facebook for up-to-date information on City activities. Receive information via text message or email about emergency alerts or activities in the City by visiting www.manitowoc.org; click on the Notify Me button and follow the instructions. Download the City of Manitowoc app from the App Store or Google Play, click on Alert Center and subscribe to any number of emergency or warning alerts.

 

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