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City of Jackson: Move your cars

JACKSON, MO (KFVS) - City of Jackson officials have issued a Snow Proclamation effective Sunday 5 a.m. in anticipation of the winter weather. 

If your vehicle is parked on a designated snow route, you will have 12 hours to move the car off city streets to allow crews to plow the entire width of the road. 

Vehicles that are not moved in that time, may be ticketed or towed. 

The proclamation will end when the snow event is over. 

Vehicles parked in the uptown historic district do not need to be moved during Snow Event Proclamations.

In accordance with the ordinance, the parking of any motor vehicle, motorcycle, trailer or other conveyance or object is prohibited on Snow Route streets within the city when a Snow Removal Proclamation is in effect.

Streets that are not designated as Snow Routes will be cleared according to the protocol established by the Street Department. Since the major streets in Jackson are a combination of state and city roads, drivers will see both the Missouri Department of Transportation and the City of Jackson crews plowing snow.

For more information please call the Public Works Department at 573-243-2300.

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