SOUTH SIOUX CITY, Neb. (KTIV) -- The city of South Sioux City, Nebraska, has declared a snow emergency in preparation for the expected winter storm.
Starting Friday, Jan. 17 South Sioux City will be declaring a snow emergency.
City officials say the emergency will be canceled when conditions improve and crews have had time to deal with the large amount of snow that is expected.
Officials say starting Friday vehicles will need to follow the odd/even parking requirement.
This means that they need to be parked on the even side of the street on even days and the opposite on odd days.
Emergency routes need to be completely free of parking. Failure to do so, could result in a citation and/or towing.
The city is asking people to park off the streets as much as possible while the snow is being handled. The city also says it is not acceptable to blow, push, shovel, snow from sidewalks or driveways out into the city streets.
The exception is along Dakota Avenue and one block east and west of the Avenue.
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