Snow Emergency in Effect for 20 Streets in Manassas
Updated 9:30 a.m Wednesday
The snow emergency put into effect on Jan. 21, 2014 in the City of Manassas has been lifted at 9 a.m. today, Jan. 22, 2014. This means that snow emergency routes will be open for parking in designated areas.
11 a.m. Tuesday
A snow emergency is in effect for Manassas, which means you won’t be able to park along some streets.
More in a press release:
Snow Emergency in Effect – Due to the current snow event, the City of Manassas is declaring a Snow Emergency effective at 2 p.m. on Jan. 21, 2014. This means that cars parked along designated snow emergency routes are subject to towing and fines. Snow emergency routes in the City of Manassas are as follows:
Dumfries Road/Route 234, Hastings Drive, Godwin Drive, Liberia Avenue, Richmond Avenue, Fairview Avenue, Grant Avenue, Wellington Road, Ashton Avenue, Cockrell Road, Nokesville Road/Route 28, Center Street, Prescott Avenue, Sudley Road/Route 234, Church Street, Zebedee Street, Centreville Road/Route 28, Mathis Avenue, Portner Avenue, and Euclid Avenue
Once the snow event is over, the City will issue a termination of the snow emergency and will reopen these streets to parking.
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