Several Cities Declare a Snow Emergency
Several cities have declared a snow emergency on Monday.
Snow emergency has been declared in Village of Newburg until noon tomorrow.
The Village of Saukville has declared a Snow Emergency from noon until midnight today.
The city of West Allis has issued a snow emergency beginning Monday at 9 PM until Tuesday at noon.
St. Francis has declared a snow emergency from noon on Monday until noon on Wednesday.
The city of Wauwatosa has declared a Snow Emergency beginning at 10:00 AM on Monday. The “Snow Emergency” will be lifted at such time as conditions permit.
The city of Greenfield has declared a snow emergency from noon on Monday until 6:00 PM on Tuesday. The following streets are considered emergency thoroughfares and no parking is permitted: S. 27th Street, S. 35th Street, S. 43rd Street, S. 51st Street, S. 60th Street, S. 76th Street, S. 84th Street, S. 92nd Street, S. 104th Street, S. 112th Street, S. 116th Street, W. Morgan Avenue, W. Howard Avenue, W. Coldspring Road, W. Layton Avenue, W. Edgerton Avenue, W. Grange Avenue, W. Ramsey Avenue, W. College Avenue, W. Loomis Road, W. Forest Home Avenue, W. Beloit Road, S. 31st Street between W. Edgerton Avenue and W. Grange Avenue.
A Snow Emergency is being declared for the City of Kenosha as of Noon today (March 13, 2017) and will continue until further notice. During a Snow Emergency, parking is prohibited on all city streets.
A Snow Emergency has been declared in the Village of Pleasant Prairie effective immediately and remaining in effect until 12:00 p.m. (noon) on Tuesday, March 14. During a Snow Emergency, no parking is allowed on Village streets. All Snow Emergency parking restrictions will be enforced throughout this time period. For more information related to the Village Snow and Ice Removal Plan, please visit http://www.pleasantprairieonline.com/services/publicworks/snowplowing.asp.