The cities of Janesville and Beloit have declared snow emergencies starting Monday evening.
Both cities are ordering cars off the streets because of expected snowfall Monday afternoon that could amount to 3 inches.
Janesville’s emergency starts at 5 p.m.
Beloit’s is set for 10 p.m. Monday through 10 a.m. Tuesday.
Janesville’s emergency requires parked vehicles to be off the streets and public parking lots “until snow plowing operations are complete,” according to a city news release. Violators face tickets and $20 fines.
Beloit will ticket and/or tow violators at the owners’ expense, according to the city website.
Janesville plans to maintain main and arterial streets throughout the snowfall. A full plow is expected to begin after the snow tapers off Monday evening.
“The full plow is not expected to be completed until early Tuesday, although every effort will be made to complete residential streets as soon as possible,” the release states.
Janesville offers snow-emergency parking in designated stalls in some downtown parking lots, listed below:
- East Wall Street lot at East Wall Street and North Parker Drive
- City Hall lot at West Wall Street and North Jackson Street
- South High Street lot at West Court Street and South High Street
- Senior Center lot at St. Lawrence Avenue and Water Street
- Hedberg Public Library lot on Water Street
- River/Union Street lot at South River Street and Union Street
- North Parker Drive parking ramp at North Parker Drive and East Wall Street
For more information, see Janesville’s snow removal web page or call the Janesville Snow Hotline at 608-755-7669.
For a listing of area closings and early dismissals, go to wclo.com/closings.
To report concerns, call the City Services Center at 608-755-3110.