STURGIS – The City of Sturgis has declared a city-wide snow removal emergency effective Monday, November 11th at 7pm due to forecasted snow accumulations of greater than four inches.
Due to the high snowfall forecast, any vehicle parked on the roadway after 7pm will be towed.
By ordinance, during a declared snow removal emergency parking is prohibited on all City streets.
Under Sec. 58-155 of the City of Sturgis Code of Ordinances, any vehicle that is parked in violation is subject to being issued a citation with a fine of $50.00 and towed with all expense from the towing charged to the vehicle owner.
Again due to high snowfall forecast any vehicle parked on the roadway after 7pm will be towed.
The parking prohibition is effective until the snow storm ends and your street has been cleared of snow between two successive street intersections or if the City terminates the declaration with a public announcement.
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