Finding street parking in Minneapolis is about to get a whole lot tougher.
The Minneapolis impound lot is buzzing with frustrated drivers. Many say they didn’t hear about the second snow emergency.
The City of Minneapolis declared a second consecutive snow emergency to give crews more time to clear the 17 inches of snow that fell over the city over the weekend.
Digging out from the weekend snowstorm is taking longer than usual. In Minneapolis, it’s day three of the snow emergency, which bans parking on the odd side of residential streets until 8 p.m. Monday.
A snow emergency has been declared for St. Paul.
The winter weather may cause a budget crunch in Minneapolis. This weekend’s expected storm will be the fourth major snow or ice event since November, making it the snowiest start to winter in nearly 20 years.
Minneapolis has declared a snow emergency for Sunday.
The snow emergency began at 9 o’clock Saturday night, and it didn’t take long for cars to start being hauled in for parking on a snow route in the city.
The first major winter storm of the season fell hard and fast for residents across the Twin Cities.