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Quincy residents being asked to voluntarily move vehicles

Quincy residents being asked to voluntarily move vehicles

5 months ago by Scott Hardy

No Snow Emergency yet, but could be declared Friday or Saturday

A snow emergency's not been declared in the city of Quincy, but residents are being asked to move their vehicles voluntarily.

The City issued a statement Friday afternoon, saying that based on its' weather forecasting service, Mayor Kyle Moore is asking those parking on snow emergency routes to voluntarily comply and not park on those routes. Moore's asking that cars be moved starting Friday night at 6 PM through Noon Monday. The City says it will decide either later tonight or Saturday if a snow emergency will be declared. If it is, it applies to designated snow routes with blue signs. Under the emergency, vehicles must be moved off these designated routes, and won't be allowed to park until after the emergency's been called off. If not, they could be ticketed and/or towed once there's been three inches of snowfall. The City says the goal of the snow emergency is to keep all streets passable during the snowstorm and within twelve hours after the storm passes have all streets plowed curb to curb and salted as needed.

A map of the Snow Emergency routes is available below.

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