CHAPTER 12-2500. SNOW EMERGENCIES
§12-2502. General Provisions.
(1) The Streets
regulation designate streets which are heavily traveled and are necessary
thoroughfares for the movement of vehicular traffic through the City as "Snow
(2) All streets designated as "Snow Emergency Routes"
shall be posted with suitable signs or markers at intervals not exceeding 1500
feet, which signs shall bear the words "Snow Emergency Route."
in the opinion of the Emergency Coordinator the actual or expected precipitation
of snow will create hazardous or dangerous highway conditions for vehicular or
pedestrian traffic, the Emergency Coordinator shall have authority to declare a
"Snow Emergency." Such declaration shall include a designation of the time when
the "Snow Emergency" shall take effect, which shall be not less than two hours
after it has been
Emergency Coordinator shall immediately inform the public of the snow emergency
by issuing a press release to the local radio, television and news
(b) The Snow Emergency shall continue in force and effect
until the Emergency Coordinator declares it to be over in the same manner as
provided for in subsection (3)(a).
(4) After the time a snow emergency
takes effect and during its
vehicle, trailer, dumpster, or any other object shall be parked or allowed to
remain stalled, incapable of moving under its own power or otherwise left
unattended on a Snow Emergency
Emergency Coordinator may declare any Snow Emergency Route or any part of a Snow
Emergency Route to be free from the restrictions herein imposed, when in the
Emergency Coordinator’s opinion the weather or street conditions warrant
such an exclusion. The Emergency Coordinator shall give notice of this
determination in the manner provided for in subsection (3)(a)