Hopkins' Snow Emergency Continues Through Monday
Plows will be out through Monday morning. Owners must remove their vehicles from city streets, parking spaces and right-of-ways.
Hopkins' snow emergency continues through Monday.
Because of the ongoing snowfall, plows will be out through Monday morning, according to the city's snow line.
"We are plowing twice—this afternoon and again tomorrow morning starting at 2 a.m.," Public Works Director Steve Stadler told Patch via e-mail Sunday. "The snow is projected to stop by midnight."
Residents must remove their cars from city streets, parking spaces and right-of-ways. Any vehicles that aren’t moved may be towed.
Snow emergency restrictions remain in place until streets are plowed curb to curb and parking spaces are completely plowed. Those without their own off-street parking can click here to see a map of approved snow emergency parking locations.
Anyone whose vehicle is towed can call 952-949-2385 to find out how to reclaim the vehicle or click here for further details. Owners must show proof of ownership, proof of insurance and a valid driver's license.
Hopkins declares snow emergencies when snow is more than two inches deep, as measured in the community.
Click here for a look at Hopkins’ snow rules in greater detail.
Worried about traffic conditions? Click here for the latest road updates.
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