Snow Emergency Ordinance

Winnebago, Minnesota December 11, 2012

TO RESIDENTS of WINNEBAGO:

Effective 10-9-2012 The City of Winnebago has a Snow Emergency Ordinance.  Read more about it HERE.

An official designation of a Snow Emergency will be announced on local radio station KBEW giving a start and ending time.  Addtional methods of notification may include KFMC and KSUM radio, KEYC televison, the City's website - cityofwinnebago.com, the City's Facebook and Twitter pages and the city's main telephone line or voicemail at (507) 893-3217.  The Snow Emergency event may be extended through an additional announcement.

During emergency weather conditions (Snow Emergency) it is unlawful to park or leave standing any vehicle on any public street, avenue, or alley until the roadway has been fully and completely (curb-to-curb) cleaned.  

 Any vehicle which is left parked or standing on a public street during an emergency weather condition and in violation of this section is hereby declared a nuisance and shall be subject to a $25 fine and may be subject to impounding. 

If you have questions about the this ordinance, please call or email us.  Thank you 
  


Chris Ziegler

City Administrator-Clerk-Treasurer  



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Request for Proposal Opportunity

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Community Survey
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Winnebago Public Safety K9 Jack has received donation of body armor
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Snow Emergency Ordinance

Winnebago, Minnesota December 11, 2012TO RESIDENTS of WINNEBAGO:Effective 10-9-2012 The City of Winnebago has a Snow Emergency Ordinance.  Read more about it HERE.An official designation of a Snow Emergency will be announced on local radio station KBEW giving a start and ending time.  Addtional methods of notification may include KFMC and KSUM radio, KEYC televison, the City's website - cityofwinnebago.com, the City's Facebook and Twitter pages and the city's main telephone line or voicemail at (507) 893-3217.  The Snow Emergency event may be extended through an additional announcement.During emergency weather conditions (Snow Emergency) it is unlawful to park or leave standing any vehicle on any public street, avenue, or alley until the roadway has been fully and completely (curb-to-curb) cleaned.   Any vehicle which is left parked or standing on a public street during an emergency weather condition and in violation of this section is hereby declared a nuisance and shall be subject to a $25 fine and may be subject to impounding. If you have questions about the this ordinance, please call or email us.  Thank you    Chris ZieglerCity Administrator-Clerk-Treasurer  

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