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Posted on: December 10, 2013

[ARCHIVED] Snow Emergency Plan Still In Effect

City Snow Emergency Plan Remains in Effect

Frederick, Md. – Due to the impending forecast, the Snow Emergency Plan remains in effect for The City of Frederick. During a Snow Emergency City residents are not permitted to park on designated Snow Emergency Routes. Any vehicles parked on these streets may be towed at the owner’s expense. Vehicles traveling on Snow Emergency Routes will also be required to use snow tires or chains. Residents who reside on a snow emergency route are asked to plan ahead and park elsewhere.

Please note the following Snow Emergency Routes:

SNOW EMERGENCY ROUTES


Street Start End

NORTH/SOUTH STREETS

1. Market Street route 70 Bridge Route 26

2. Bentz St/ Motter Avenue/
Opossumtown Pike West South Street North City Limits

3. East Street Monocacy Blvd (Walser Drive) North Market Street

4. Baughman’s Lane US Route 40 Rosemont Avenue

5. South Jefferson Street Prospect Boulevard West Patrick Street

6. Monocacy Boulevard East South Street East Patrick Street

7. S. Market Loats Alley

8. Monocacy Boulevard Gas House Pike MD Route 15

9. Gas House Pike/ Monocacy Blvd. East St.
Church Street
10. Mill Island Prkwy Waterside Drive Monocacy Ford Road

EAST/WEST STREETS

11. Patrick Street NB/ Ramp US Route 15 Bailes Lane

12. South Street / West Patrick Street City Limits
Reich’s Ford Road

13. Yellow Springs Road/ City Limits N. Bentz Street
Rosemont Avenue/
Dill Avenue

14. Seventh Street Military Road East Street

15. Butterfly Lane Mt. Phillip Road Route 180

16. Military Rd. West 7th St. Rosemont Ave.

17. Waterside Drive Monocacy Blvd. City Limits
Residents are also reminded of their responsibility to clear sidewalks from snow and ice according to Section 22-16 of the City of Frederick, Maryland Code, Titled, Removal of Snow and Ice From Sidewalks. All owners or persons in possession of any land or premises situated on any street within the city, where sidewalks are laid, is responsible for the removal of snow and ice from the entire length of the walk and for a width of at least four (4) feet. This must be completed within six (6) hours after it has stopped falling and drifting. If snow or ice has fallen between 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m., it must be removed before 1:00 p.m. the next day. In the event the snow and ice is not removed within the time and manner, The City of Frederick’s Code Enforcement Department can issue a municipal infraction of up to $100.

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