When is parking prohibited on city streets?

The Central Business District is signed for no parking between 2a.m. and 6 a.m. during a snow emergency and 10p.m. through 6a.m. in the residential areas. Any vehicles remaining on the streets during the snow emergency will be towed. Vehicles may be ticketed more frequently during winter months to ensure that plows are able to plow streets adequately. Anyone leaving town for an extended time (holidays, Spring break) should find suitable off-street parking to avoid ticketing and towing.

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1. If my car is towed where can I go to get my car back?
2. I live downtown where can I park my car during a snow emergency?
3. How can I find out if a Snow Emergency has been declared?
4. Why can't you plow my street now?
5. The plow left some snow at the end of my driveway. Can you send someone to come and plow it out?
6. I own a business downtown. How are streets plowed in the Central Business District?
7. Can you tell me exactly when my street will be plowed?
8. Is there a reason why you can't pile the snow in the middle of the street instead of putting it on the sidewalks?
9. I have a medical condition. Can you plow my street first in case there is an emergency and an ambulance needs to get through?
10. When is parking prohibited on city streets?
11. When I called the Streets Division number to find out about road conditions, the line was busy.
12. Why hasn’t my street been cleared yet?