Snow Bans, Emergencies Issued

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Reminds me of a back and white photo..driveway Madison, OH

With another round of winter weather hitting Northeast Ohio, snow bans are already coming in and so are snow emergencies.

We will keep adding to our lists as they come in.


Akron-until further notice

Avon Lake — until 12p Thursday

Barberton —  until further notice

Bay Village —  until Thursday at 6am

Bedford — until further notice

Berea — until further notice

Broadview Heights — until Thursday at noon

Brunswick– until further notice

Cuyahoga Falls —  until Thursday at 8am

Elyria — until further notice

Hudson — through Thursday at 6pm

Kirtland- until further notice

Lorain — until further notice

Maple Heights- until further notice

Massillon – – until further notice

Macedonia — until Thursday morning

North Royalton — until further notice

Plain Township — until noon Thursday

Solon- until further notice

Seven Hills — until further notice

South Euclid — until further notice

Stow – until noon Thursday

Tallmadge — until Thursday at 8am

Warrensville Heights — until further notice


Erie County– Level 1

Holmes County — Level 2

Huron County– Level 2

Lorain County– Level 2

Medina County — Level 2

Ottawa County–Level 3

Sandusky County- Level 1

Seneca County– Level 2

Richland County — Level 2

Wayne County — Level 2

Snow Emergency Level Definition:

Law enforcement agencies, specifically county sheriffs can only declare a snow emergency and temporarily close roads and streets in their jurisdiction.

Below is a breakdown of what each Level Snow Emergency stands for according to the Ohio Committee for Severe Weather Awareness Snow Emergency Classifications.

Level 1 Snow Emergency

Roadways are hazardous with blowing and drifting snow.
Roads may also be icy.
Drive carefully.

Level 2 Snow Emergency

Roadways are hazardous with blowing and drifting snow.
Only those who feel it is necessary to drive should be out on the roads.
Contact your employer to see if you should report to work.

Level 3 Snow Emergency

All roadways are closed to non-emergency personnel.
No one else should be out during these conditions unless it is absolutely necessary to travel or a personal emergency exists.
All employees should contact their employer to see if they should report to work. Those traveling on the roads may subject themselves to arrest.

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  • BossMan

    Got a question for the Police Department of Cleveland. Ready Boys and Girls? :Here it comes, wait for it: wait .. for it.. Here it is! Where in the …. are we ALL supposed to park? can’t park in parking lots because they’re PRIVATE parking lots. Can ‘t park on the side walks because we’ll all get a ticket. Answer is…… nowhere! and yet the City of Cleveland actually does expect us to just magically find a spot somewhere in all that snow. when if we are just allowed to keep our vehicles in the spot where they were in the first place then at least some of the gridlock and confusion would be minimized! I would much rather be blocked in by the snowplow than to have to go downtown to retrieve my vehicle and have to spend a fortune giving the city yet more of my money to help with their ( revenue).

  • E King

    Orrville (Wayne Co) has a parking ban until further notice (info on, and Holmes County has a Level 2 issued.

  • Jujubean

    Why don’t you people ban tractor trailers on the highway during road conditions like this? Time to write the bill and start the protest.

    • annom.

      guess you dont like your food or clothes. If you use it a truck brings it! The problem isn’t the professional drivers it’s the other idiots around them.

  • Leenie

    The tractor trailers help pave the way for us. It’s the idiots in cars trying to pass them while yacking on the phone and other distracting things that cause problems.

  • Delivery truck

    If Cleveland has not issued an emergency. Why are Cleveland police officers threatening to write tickets to delivery drivers who have to park in the street. We are just trying to do a job. And where are the plows at? Been in downtown since 7 am. Haven’t seen one yet.

  • Jake working in Beachwood

    Beachwood, as usual, had no snow on the main streets. Do they heat their streets or what to make it disappear?

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