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Posted on: January 31, 2013

[ARCHIVED] Odd/Even Snow Route Parking Policy in Effect Friday and Saturday

The City of Dubuque's odd/even snow route parking policy will be in effect on Friday, 21 & Saturday, 2/2.

No parking allowed on the "odd" numbered side of the streets on Friday and parking will not be allowed on the "even" numbered side on Saturday.

DUBUQUE, Iowa – The City of Dubuque's odd/even snow route parking policy will be in effect on Friday, February 1, and Saturday, February 2.

Parking will not be allowed on the "odd" numbered side of the streets on Friday and parking will not be allowed on the "even" numbered side on Saturday. The only streets affected are those identified with snow route signs, which include the times that parking is restricted. The policy’s parking restriction will be enforced during the entire posted and declared time period, with no allowance for parking prior to the end of the posted time period or after a perceived plow pass. Vehicles violating the restrictions will be ticketed and violators fined $30.

Residents who wish to receive an automatic email notification when the odd/even snow route policy is implemented can “subscribe” through the “Notify Me” module on the City’s website at www.cityofdubuque.org/notifyme.

Additionally, the City will continue to use the CodeRED emergency notification system to phone residents who live along the odd/even snow routes. CodeRED is a high-speed telephone communication service for emergency notifications and other important messages that allows geographic targeting of automated telephone calls. Residents with unlisted phone numbers, anyone who has changed his or her phone number or address within the last year, and anyone who uses a cellular phone as their primary phone number should register their number with the service to ensure their number is in the database. Additionally, residents can add an alternate number, such as a cellular phone, to their record if they wish. Providing an alternate phone number will cause both the primary and alternate phone numbers to be contacted in the event a call goes out for the address specified. CodeRED allows individuals and businesses to add their phone numbers directly to the database through the Internet. To add a phone number to the database, visit www.cityofdubuque.org and click on the ‘CodeRED Alert System’ link.

For more information on Dubuque’s snow and ice control policies, visit the Public Works page on the City website at www.cityofdubuque.org/snow&icecontrol or call (563)589-4250. For additional information regarding the enforcement of this ordinance, please contact Support Services in the Dubuque Police Department at (563)589-4422 or email police@cityofdubuque.org.

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