Snowy backyards, snowy office windows, snowy streets—share them on Patch!
With today's snow storm dumping several inches of snow on Hopkins, we thought you'd like to take a break from thinking about traffic jams and think about the prettier side of the storm, instead. Share pics here that you take as you go about your day!
Follow these steps to avoid a ticket or tow.
With winter’s arrival, residents have to pay a bit more attention to Hopkins’ cold weather rules. Below are answers to some common questions. *** What should I do when it snows? Residents should remove their cars from city streets, parking spaces and right-of-ways when any snow falls, according to the city. When does the city declare a snow emergency? Hopkins declares a snow emergency when there is two or more inches than snow. The city notes that snow depths are measured in Hopkins—not the airport, where many snow measurements are reported. How will I know whether a snow emergency has been declared? To find out whether a snow emergency has been declared, call the city’s Snow Line at 952-939-1399. Residents can also receive alerts on …