SOUTH SIOUX CITY, Neb. (KTIV) - City officials for South Sioux City, Nebraska have declared a snow emergency.
The snow emergency starts at 12 p.m. Monday and goes until Tuesday at 6 p.m.
According to a city press release, parking is prohibited on the designated snow emergency routes. These routes are permanently marked with signage. Primarily, they are the secondary streets that are used for heavier traffic.
Vehicles may be towed if parked, stalled, or stuck, on one of the routes.
Also during the snow emergency period, all non-emergency route streets will utilize the alternate parking requirement. Parking will be allowed only on the even sides of the streets, on even calendar days.
For instance, on the 2nd, 4th, 6th, and so on, days of the month, vehicles would be allowed to park on the even addressed sides of the street.
The city says it is not acceptable to blow, push or shovel snow from sidewalks or driveways out into the city streets.
Questions can be directed to 402-494-8166 (7am to 4pm).