Seward residents stuck with parking ‘tags’
SEWARD, Neb. (KLKN) — One Nebraska city is doling out parking ‘tags’ to snow-covered vehicles.
Seward County is placing these tags on cars that have been identified as being in violation of the parking ordinance.
A good indication of this is whether a car is covering in snow, or not. It’s all in an effort to assist City crews in efficiently clearing the snow-packed roads after Monday’s record-breaking storm.
Recently on Facebook, the Seward Police Department posted:
“A lot of our residents may have noticed one of these courtesy check tags on their vehicles. If you have, its because our office is out and about attempting to identify vehicles with snow piled around them. Our street department has been working hard on keeping our streets clean and as safe as possible.
“If you have one of these on your vehicle or your vehicle hasn’t moved since the snow storm, by city ordinance, you have 24 hours to move it so city crews can clean the street. Lets help our city crew out and get those vehicle’s move prior to possible parking citations and or towing fees.”