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Madison, WI 53703
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Tag: Snow Update

Update for the April 27 Snow Event

Yes, this is freaking unfair, but should not last long. Below please find an update from the Streets Dept. Let's hope the road salt is unnecessary! Forecasts for Saturday show rain changing to snow as the day wears on – and the Streets Division plows are ready to go. Temperatures … [read more]

Two-Fisted Snow Storm

You most likely already know about the two-fiisted snow storm that's going to hit us this weekend. The first significant snow of the season is here. And the Streets Division is ready. This a long-duration winter event that’s due to arrive in two waves. The first wave should begin to fall … [read more]

Madison Declares Snow Emergency

This is the first night of a two-night event The City of Madison has declared a snow emergency. This means alternate side parking restrictions will be in effect tonight starting at 1:00 a.m. for the Snow Emergency Zone as well as the rest of the City of Madison. The snow emergency will … [read more]

Snow Emergency Canceled

SNOW EMERGENCY CANCELLED The City of Madison has cancelled the snow emergency for this evening, January 12, 2020. Based on the amount of snow received from yesterday’s storms, it was determined that a second evening of a snow emergency is not necessary. Winter Parking … [read more]

Snow Emergency in Effect This Evening

A Snow Emergency has been called, which means everyone needs to park on the odd side of the street this evening. If you can park off-street, so much the better. Alternate street parking is required of everyone during a declared Snow Emergency, including those in Bay Creek who were added to the … [read more]

Snow Emergency Continues Through Monday AM

Parking on the Street Tonight Folks should have their vehicles on the EVEN house-numbered side of the street between the hours of 1am and 7am. Violations of the alternate side parking rules are punishable by a fine of $60 throughout the entire City of Madison. Violators could also be towed. … [read more]

Snow Emergency Declared

We interrupt your viewing of the Oscars with this very special announcement. The City of Madison has declared a snow emergency on February 9, 2020. This means alternate side parking restrictions will be in effect this evening starting at 1:00 a.m. for the Snow Emergency Zone as well as the … [read more]

Snow Emergency Declared !

Ignore at the risk of getting ticketed and towed. (Residents in Bay Creek who are in the Snow Emergency Zone -- please pay special attention. I cannot help you if you get a ticket.) The City of Madison has declared a snow emergency on February 18, 2020. Alternate side parking restrictions … [read more]

Snow Emergency Canceled

The City of Madison has cancelled the snow emergency for this evening, February 19, 2020 into the early morning hours of February 20, 2020. However, for those of you in the Snow Emergency Zone, while you don't need to do alternate street parking tonight, you do need to pay heed to daytime … [read more]

District 13 Updates: First Snowfall, Thanksgiving Refuse & Recycling Collection Schedule, Covid Update

First Snowfall Winter's first snow has arrived, and the Streets Division crews were out to meet it. As we begin our journey through another winter, remember to use the City of Madison winter website as it has a plethora of useful winter information. You can learn about snow emergencies, winter … [read more]

Citywide Plowing Today: No Snow Emergency

Hi Everyone, All Madison streets will be plowed today. A snow emergency is not in effect. Streets Division crews will continue looping through the salt routes throughout the morning hours while it continues snowing. The storm is expected to taper off this afternoon. At that time, … [read more]

District 13 Updates: A Message from Streets on Snow Removal

Hi Everyone, Here is a message from the Streets Division as we face the coming snowstorm: This winter will be different. The pandemic will have an effect on the snowplowing operations. Training opportunities for our less experienced plow drivers have been limited since we cannot (and … [read more]

District 13 Updates: Snow Emergency Declared for this Evening

The City of Madison has declared a snow emergency. This means alternate side parking rules will be in effect for the entire City of Madison tonight, including the Snow Emergency Zone. Parking on the Street for Wednesday 12/30/20 into early morning of Thursday 12/31/20 All residents who must … [read more]

Office Hours, Snow Issues, Proposed Zoning Changes

Hi Everyone. I've scheduled office hours for this Friday from 8 – 10 AM. If you have questions about any issue, you're welcome to show up and we can discuss over coffee, you at your place and I at mine. Here is the … [read more]

Snow Emergency Continues, Xmas Tree Removal

Hi Everyone. Snow Emergency Declared By now, hopefully you're aware that the City declared a Snow Emergency last evening, The Snow Emergency declared for last night continues today and into this evening, Wednesday, December 29. Everyone in D13 is in the Snow Emergency Zone, so if you wish … [read more]

Volunteers Needed in our Schools, Speeders Hotline, Snow Emergency

Hi Everyone, Here are some important updates for this week: Volunteer in our local schools MMSD has issued an all-call to help keep kids in school. They need classroom, clerical, supervision, custodial and food service support. For more information on how to sign up, please click … [read more]

Monroe Street Library, McGrath E. Olin Project, Plan to End Homelessness

Hi Everyone. We knew it couldn't last. After a short respite teasing us with spring weather, winter reasserts itself with an overnight visit of wet, heavy snow. Be careful while shoveling, and be aware of slick conditions. Click here for the latest snow plowing update. Here are this … [read more]

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