Parking Ban Ends Tuesday in Lincoln

The city-wide parking ban in Lincoln ends at noon on Tuesday.

City street crews continue to work in Lincoln’s residential areas Monday.  Crews are expected to continue throughout the day and into the evening and overnight hours in residential areas.

A residential parking ban remains in effect, this currently means no parking on odd numbered sides of the street. The Lincoln Police Department have ticketed many cars violating the parking ban. Some cars have also been towed.

Due to frozen accumulated snow that was plowed in the wake of the early December snow storm, City street crews have a limited amount of space to push snow towards the curb on major arterials and residential streets.  This causes the streets to be more narrow following current plowing efforts.  Public Works officials remind residents that they will need to clear a path to mailboxes on their curb in order to receive mail service. Lincoln Fire & Rescue also remind residents to help clear any fire hydrants covered by snow drifts.

StarTran reports that buses are currently running on schedule.

Please stay informed on traffic conditions and the status of snow operations in Lincoln.  Additional information is available on the City Web site at lincoln.ne.gov and on pages 48 and 49 in the blue pages of your Windstream phone directory.  If you have questions, you may call the Public Works Snow Center at 441-7644.

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