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Posted on: February 1, 2021

NO PARKING ON CITY STREETS DURING OR AFTER SNOWFALL OF 2 INCHES OR MORE

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In an effort to keep our residents safe and streets cleared during the winter, the City of Crest Hill would like to remind residents that parking on any City roadway after 2" of snow has accumulated is prohibited until the roads have been cleared.  

Please keep the roadways clear so Public Works can keep the roads clean.


10.01.10-602. TOWING OR REMOVING OF VEHICLES DURING SNOWFALLS.

(A) It shall be unlawful for any person to park a motor vehicle or, if parked, to allow a motor vehicle

to remain parked or standing in any public street or alley during or after a snowfall in which there is an

accumulation of two inches of snow or more. This prohibition shall remain in effect until such time as the

street or alley has been plowed or the snow has been removed there from. A city street shall not be

deemed to have been plowed until the lane of traffic nearest the curb has been plowed or the snow has

been removed there from.

(B) The city shall remove the snow in accordance with best management practices with priority to

the interest of public safety and on streets with heavier traffic flow.

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Crest Hill Vehicle Code 25

(C) It shall be the duty of the Police Department to remove or cause to be removed any vehicle which

is parked in violation of this section, and to impound such vehicle or vehicles until all charges for such

removal shall have been paid.

(D) Any person or persons found guilty of violating any provision of this section may be fined not

more than $500, in addition thereto, shall pay all reasonable charges of removal, towing and storage.

(Am. Ord. 1080, passed 1-19-99; Am. Ord. 1438, passed 10-1-07)


HELP CLEAR FIRE HYDRANTS

The Lockport Fire Department asks residents and businesses to help in keeping fire hydrants clear of ice and snow. It’s important for the Fire Department to have approximately three feet around the hydrant so they have an area to work and to get quick access in case of a fire. If a hydrant is lost or buried in snow, firefighters can lose valuable time trying to locate it when they first arrive at a fire.



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