Snow Emergency remains in effect, schools closed

On February 10, 2013, in Latest News, by The Somerville Times

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The City’s Snow Emergency will remain in effect until Monday, February 11 at 6 p.m., and the parking ban will continue to be enforced until that time. Vehicles parked in municipal lots will have until 8 p.m. to be moved so that city crews may begin clean up of all school and metered parking lots. Please remember that residents and businesses MUST shovel the sidewalks in front of your property within 6 hours after the end of a storm, or will be subject to fines. Shoveling snow into the street is not permitted. Please also remember to clear vents in your home and exhaust pipes on cars to prevent carbon monoxide and fire hazards. Additionally, please assist the Somerville Fire Department by clearing paths to fire hydrants in your neighborhood to provide access in case of an emergency. We thank you for your cooperation and patience throughout this difficult storm.

Also, Somerville Public Schools will be closed Monday.

Residents with non-emergency questions should call 311.  For emergencies, please remember to call 911.

For real-time updates, please visit the City’s Facebook page, www.facebook.com/somervillecity, and Twitter feeds: @SomervilleCity and @311Somerville.

 

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