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Posted on: November 14, 2022

Snow Parking Regulation Reminder


The Patton Township Police Department would like to remind residents about snow parking regulations. The following is the wording for snow parking regulations:

Prohibited parking in snow: 
a) Snow accumulation. It shall be unlawful for any person to park any vehicle, tractor or trailer, or allow same to remain parked or unattended on the paved or improved portion of any public highway, street or road in the Township at any time during or after any snowfall when the depth of such snowfall shall have reached or exceeded two inches. 

b) Snow emergency. At such time as it may be deemed necessary, the Township Manager or designee may declare a snow emergency, requiring that all vehicles be removed from the streets of the Township until the snowfall has ceased and the Township Manager or designee has declared the snow emergency ended. All such snow emergency declarations shall be provided to local media for public broadcast and publication.

To summarize, parking on Township roadways is prohibited if a snow emergency has been declared or if the snowfall has reached or exceeded two inches. Re-parking after the snowfall is prohibited until the snow emergency has ended. Residents are also reminded that they must clear the full width of their sidewalks of all snow and ice within 24 hours after the end of a storm. 

Please view the press release sent out this week on November 14th HERE for full details and more information on Snow Parking Regulations. Thank you! 

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