Snow Emergency Routes

Residents who park along snow emergency routes are reminded to move their vehicles during a City-declared snow emergency. The City announces snow emergency route parking restrictions via a number of communication tools, including:
Snow emergency routes have first priority for salting, sanding, and plowing. Traffic signs identify City streets that are Snow Emergency Routes. Vehicles abandoned or parked on snow emergency routes may be ticketed and towed to allow snow removal crews to clear the roads.

Click here for a map of all snow emergency routes. They are indicated by red or blue lines on the map.
Snow Emergency Routes
  • Annandale Road from Hillwood Avenue to Broad Street
    (Both sides of street)
  • Broad Street from Haycock Road to Seven Corners
    (Both sides of street)
  • Columbia Street from Maple Avenue to Tuckahoe Street
    (Maple Avenue to Washington Street: Both sides of street)
    (Washington Street to Tuckahoe: North side of street)
  • Great Falls Street from West Street to Washington Street
    (Both sides of street)
  • Hillwood Avenue from Washington Street to Seven Corners
    (Both sides of street)
  • Lincoln Avenue from West Street to Yucatan Street
    (Both sides of street)
  • Little Falls Street from Broad Street to Great Falls Street
    (Both sides of street)
  • Maple Avenue from Washington Street to Columbia Street
    (Annandale to Columbia: both sides of street)
    (Washington to Annandale: west side of street)
  • Park Avenue from West Street to Washington Street
    (Both sides of street)
  • Roosevelt Street from Hillwood Avenue to Roosevelt Boulevard
    (Both sides of street)
  • Washington Street from Graham Road to Westmoreland Street
    (Both sides of street)
  • West Street from Abbott Lane to Great Falls Street
    (Abbott Lane to Broad Street: northwest side of street)
    (Broad Street to Lincoln Avenue: Both sides of street)
    (Lincoln Avenue to Great Falls Street: northwest side of street)