Snow Emergency in Effect Somerville

Citywide Parking Ban Reinstated as of Saturday, Feb. 14 at Noon

Vehicles not moved to the odd side (unless otherwise posted) by 4 p.m. Saturday will be subject to ticketing and towing

Last updated 2/13/15, 5:30 p.m. Due to expected blizzard conditions, the City will reinstate the Citywide parking ban on the even side of all streets (unless otherwise posted), starting at noon Saturday. The ban includes all streets, including those where the ban was recently lifted. All cars must be moved from the even side of the street (unless otherwise posted) by 4 p.m. Sat. or they may be ticketed and towed. Municipal and school parking lots will remain available for residents. A snow emergency has remained in effect since the most recent storm as crews have worked around the clock to haul and melt snow citywide and to clear snow from roofs of municipal and school buildings.

If you have other non-emergency questions, call 311 (617-666-3311). For any emergencies, always call 911.

Somerville Public Schools roof snow removal is in progress (more info)
Heavy snow is causing roof collapses in the state. Check your roof and clear heavy buildup to prevent damage or collapse
We urge anyone with a driveway to use it and consider sharing extra spots with neighbors
A map of additional off-street parking available during the snow emergency can be found here
View Snow Safety Warnings and Tips

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