The snow emergency/parking ban that Grove Cith had issued Thursday, Jan. 2, has been lifted.
The snow emergency/parking ban that Grove Cith had issued Thursday, Jan. 2, has been lifted. Residents living and working along designated snow-emergency routes may resume parking on city streets, according to the city's website.
The city continues to ask that those with available off-street parking avoid parking on city streets until the roads have been cleared.PREVIOUS STORY Grove City declares citywide snow emergency
By 6 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 2, all parked vehicles are to be removed from streets marked "Snow Emergency Routes" to help facilitate the cleaning of streets until the emergency is lifted.
Any vehicle parked on these routes after this time may be ticketed and towed at owner expense.
Residents with access to off-street parking are being urged by the city to avoid parking on city streets to allow plows to clear secondary streets. Residents are also being asked to travel cautiously and venture out only if "absolutely necessary."
According to the city's website, a snow emergency is declared when snowfall exceeds 2 inches and deemed a hazard to transportation.
Currently, all parks and recreation programs are on as scheduled, but for further updates, call 614-277-3060 for cancellations, delays or program-specific details.
For more information, visit grovecityohio.gov.