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**This article was archived on Jan. 19, 2022**

CLEVELAND (WJW) — Nearly two feet of snow fell in some parts of Northeast Ohio during Sunday night and Monday morning’s winter storm, and that means parking bans are still in effect in some cities.

The following cities have announced parking bans:


The city issued a snow emergency parking ban that’s continuing until further notice. Residents should not park their cars on main streets or residential streets during this time. Anyone with questions can reach out to 330-375-2311.


Residents were asked to remove their cars from city streets until announced otherwise. Parking bans are going to be enforced once snow totals hit 2 inches.


Starting at 11 p.m. Sunday, the city of Berea issued a parking ban on all city streets. They did not say when the ban would end.


The city has issued a temporary parking ban for Euclid Avenue. The ban runs Sunday night until further notice.


The city of Eastlake is asking residents to remove cars from all city streets. An official parking ban goes into effect when there are more than 2 inches of snow on the ground.


The city of Fairview Park has issued a snow parking ban while plowing is necessary.


“Given the snow storm that is supposed to hit us this evening and over night please do not leave any vehicles parked on the road over night,” Hinckley police said in a Facebook post, referring to Sunday night.


Residents are reminded to move cars off streets so that snow can be cleared. Snowed-in vehicles will be ticketed for 24-hour violations.


Parking ban in effect after the village has declared a snow emergency.


The city of Warrensville Heights has now issued a snow parking ban until Saturday, Jan. 22 at 9 a.m. 

FOX 8 will continue to update this list as more cities make announcements.