**This story was archived Jan. 25, 2022. Please check with your city for updates**
CLEVELAND (WJW) — Communities across Northeast Ohio issued parking bans and snow emergencies on Monday as more snow continued to fall.
Here’s a list of cities and villages that have issued parking bans and snow emergencies:
- Bath: A parking ban is in effect until Tuesday at 8 a.m.
- Cleveland: A snow emergency parking ban for the city of Cleveland has been extended until Tuesday at 8 a.m.
- Cuyahoga Falls: A citywide parking ban is in effect until Tuesday at 5 p.m. Vehicles parked on city streets are subject to ticketing and towing.
- Elyria: The city of Elyria has issued a snow parking ban through Tuesday at 6 a.m.
- Erie County: The Erie County Sheriff’s Office has issued a Level 2 winter weather road condition advisory.
- Grafton: A snow ban goes into affect on all streets in the Village of Grafton when snow reaches 2 inches on the ground.
- Huron County: A level 2 snow emergency is in effect
- Newburgh Heights: The village of Newburgh Heights has issued a no parking snow ban effective immediately and until noon on Monday.
- North Olmsted: The city has a snow ban in effect until 11 p.m. Tuesday. No parking on city streets during this time.
- Parma: An emergency snow ban will be in effect starting at noon. There will be no parking on city streets till further notice. Once the ban is lifted you will be notified.
- Port Clinton: Police say to please remove your cars from city streets so that crews may plow. ” Once your road has been plowed you may return your car,” police said.
- Ravenna: The city is under a parking ban from 9 p.m. Monday to 9 a.m. Tuesday.
- Silver Lake: A snow ban is in effect until further notice.
- Summit County: A Level 1 snow emergency has been issued.
- Tallmadge: The city has issued a parking ban until Monday at 5 p.m.
- Willoughby: Willoughby has issued a parking ban.
- Wellington: Wellington has a parking ban in effect.
Stay tuned to FOX 8 News and fox8.com throughout the day for the latest winter weather developments.