The extreme winter weather has brought on an array of snow emergencies across communities in Southern Wisconsin. In Arlington, a snow emergency has been issued for the weekend and hours have not been defined, however, the emergency will be enforced until the snow has been plowed or removed.
Blue Mounds will witness the enforcement of the emergency from 11 pm on Saturday till 11 pm on Sunday. Street parking has been prohibited during this time. If residents do not abide by this rule, cars will be towed and citations will be issued. Alternate locations may be used for parking.
In Clinton, the emergency will remain in place from 6 pm and will last until 8 am on Monday. Parking is prohibited on the streets.
Janesville’s snow emergency has been declared starting from 6 pm on Saturday. Residents are not allowed to park their cars on the street for snowplows to remove the snow from the roads.
In Lodi, the snow emergency will remain in place from 4 pm on Saturday until 7 am on Monday. The street parking rule is the same in Lodi.
Marshall’s snow emergency will be starting from 9 pm on Saturday and will continue until noon on Sunday. Street parking is prohibited, and a fine of $30 will be enforced, in addition to the vehicle being towed. Residents can alternatively park in municipal parking lots such as Veteran’s Park or Main Street.
McFarland’s snow emergency will start from 9 pm on Saturday and shall continue until 6 pm on Sunday. Municipal parking lots can be utilized or public parking lots such as at the intersection of Exchange and Farwell streets. A vehicle parked on the street will get you a fine.
In Pardeeville, the emergency will last for 24 hours starting Sunday until the snow has cleared up.
In Stoughton, the emergency will start on Saturday and will last for three days. Whereas, Sun Prairie’s emergency plan will start on Saturday and will end on Sunday. If a resident is searching for alternate parking, park parking lots, municipal parking lots, and Merchant Square can be utilized.