CLEVELAND, Ohio (WJW) — For most communities in Northeast Ohio, snow parking bans go into effect when snow in the area reaches 2 inches or more.
So far, the following communities have issued snow parking bans:
- Chester Township:
- Through midnight Monday
- Fairview Park: Snow parking ban in effect until further notice
- Hinckley: In effect until further notice. Hinckley has a Snow Parking Ban that prohibits parking on township roads when snowfall reaches 3 inches.
- Kent: A snow emergency parking ban is in place for the city of Kent until further notice.
- Mentor: A Parking Ban has been issued for the City of Mentor. No parking is permitted on any city street during a Snow Emergency to allow plows to more easily clear the streets. A Parking Ban is automatically in effect when a snowstorm occurs.
- North Ridgeville: The snow ban is currently in effect. Police say they will be enforcing it as street crews work on clearing the roadways.
- Painesville: The snow parking ban is in effect until further notice. Police ask that residents remove their vehicles from the roadway, so that the roads can be plowed.
- Parma: Until further notice
- Parma Heights: until further notice.
Remember to keep the streets clear so plows can do what they need to and keep the roads safe.
If you haven’t seen an official notice in your community, stay aware of the changing weather conditions. When we get official word from Northeast Ohio communities, we’ll list them here.