Reynoldsburg Safety-Service Director Pam Boratyn said refuse collection for residents will be delayed one day because of dangerous weather conditions. Trash, recyclable materials and yard waste will be collected Friday.

Reynoldsburg Safety-Service Director Pam Boratyn said refuse collection for residents will be delayed one day because of dangerous weather conditions. Trash, recyclable materials and yard waste will be collected Friday.

In addition, Mayor Brad McCloud declared a snow emergency effective at 5 p.m. Tuesday. He said the city's traffic code prohibits parking on the following streets after 2 inches of snow has fallen:

Retton Road, between Rosehill Road and Haft Drive Rosehill Road, between Livingston and East Main Street, and between Rosedale and north corporation limit (west side of street) Haft Drive Carlyle Drive, between East Main Street and Goldsmith Drive Goldsmith Drive, between Carlyle and Hanson Street Bartlett Road, between Rosehill Road and Haft Drive Hanson Street, between Goldsmith Drive and East Main Street Brice Road, north of Main Street, between Rosedale and north corporation limit Baldwin Drive, between Livingston Avenue and Junior High School Lancaster Avenue, north of East Main Street to Bryden Road East Main Street, between Lancaster Avenue and Graham Road/Waggoner Road.

McCloud said the law is on the books to facilitate the clearing of streets, unclog traffic and promote safety.

Illegally parked vehicles are subject to removal by the city, and owners might be subject to fines and towing costs, he said.