Lincoln’s residential parking ban expires after midnight Friday
LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) — Lincoln’s residential parking ban remained in place on Friday as plows continued to clear out those areas from Thursday’s snowfall.
This means vehicles were not allowed to park on the odd side of residential streets, allowing plows to clear those areas more efficiently.
The city said that ban would expire at 12:01 a.m. Saturday.
The parking ban on emergency snow routes, arterial streets, and school and bus routes ended at 8 a.m. on Friday.
Lincoln Public Schools announced that it will have class in middle and high schools on Friday. Elementary schools already had a planned day off.
The city says right now the main roads are wet with slush as the snow melts.
Many residential streets are still snow packed. The city says crews will keep working until all areas are cleared.
You can track snowplow and winter operations in Lincoln at lincoln.ne.gov/snow.