Sunday, December 26, 2010

Snow Emergency in Lynn, MA - 12/26 2PM Until Further Notice

According to the Daily Item, a snow emergency has been declared for noon starting at 2PM. For those of us Downtown, that means we need to get our cars off the streets. They do tow and yes.. it is expensive. Since it's Sunday, you can place your car in Buffum lot for free. MBTA garage is even better since you don't have to clean off your car in the AM and it's only $4. It fills up fast, so get over there soon if you want a space.

During Snow Emergency, information will be posted on the city website and also broadcast on the radio and local cable channels: WESX AM 1230 – WBQQ l04.9 FM – Comcast Channel 3 – Verizon Channels 28 and 37

Flashing Blue Lights indicate a Snow Emergency has been declared.
These lights are found at the intersections of Market Square; Market St/ Broad St; Eastern Ave at Essex Street; Essex Street at Rockaway Street; Western Ave at Waitt Ave, Lynnfield Street at Broadway; and O’Callaghan Way at Walnut Street.

Only during a snow emergency, parking for those residents without a driveway is available in parking lots at the following schools: Brickett, Callahan, English, Ford, Harrington, Ingalls, Sisson and Tech. Parking is also available at the Ellis Street Municipal Lot (School Street side) and the MBTA Garage at the intersection of Broad and Market streets (parking charge of $4 per vehicle). Please note that vehicles left at the school sites must be removed at the conclusion of the snow emergency.  If the snow emergency ends after 9:00PM, cars must be removed by 6:00AM the following morning or be subject to ticketing and/or towing.

The Department of Public Works operates 24 hours a day and can reached at 781-477-7099.

 All property owners are responsible for all snow removal in a reasonable timeframe. That goes for absentee building owners and landlords as well...

Be safe and enjoy some time snuggled up on the couch. It's gonna be one of those kinds of nights.


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