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Posted on: December 26, 2016

Snow Removal Process and Snowbird Notification

The City typically plows for snowfalls of two inches or more. Once city crews have completed plowing the initial curb-to-curb routes, the Police Department is notified to begin tagging vehicles (snowbirds) which were not moved during the initial (first pass) snowplowing operation. Tagged (cited) vehicles that are not moved will be towed to allow City crews to complete the snow removal process.

You can sign up to receive a “Snowbird Notification” to your email account or a text message to your cellular phone when the City will begin tagging (citing) vehicles that have not been moved. Sign-up on the City’s website www.southstpaul.org and click on “Notify Me” on the homepage. You will then need to subscribe to Snowbird Notification.   Please note: the City does not guarantee a notice will be sent and is not responsible for invalid email or text addresses, undelivered/returned or unread notifications. 

To avoid having your vehicle cited and/or towed, move your vehicle from the street until City crews have plowed the street from curb-to-curb.

For more information on snow removal processes, click here.

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