City of Centralia Declares Snow EmergencyDue to expected snow, freezing rain and ice over the next 48 hours, the City of Centralia is declaring a snow emergency effective at eight Thursday morning and continuing through three Friday afternoon.
A snow emergency means that residents should not park on the following city streets:
Poplar Street, Elm Street, McCord Street, One Way Section of Noleman Street, Broadway, Pleasant Avenue, Rexford Avenue from Pleasant to Poplar, Locust Street from Rhodes to 17th Street, Gragg Street, Lincoln Blvd from Gragg to 14th, Hickory Street, 10th Street from Hickory to Brookside, Brookside Avenue from 7th to Broadway, Brooks Avenue from Broadway to McCord, 7th Street from 4th to Brookside, 4th Street from 7th to Brookside, 5th Street from Brookside to Elm, Calumet Street, Country Club Road, Airport Road, 4th Street from Lincoln to Locust, 2nd Street from McCord to Locust, Frazier from Pleasant to Lincoln, 7th Street from Poplar to Lincoln, 13th Street from Lincoln to Locust, Martin Luther King from Pleasant to Lincoln, and Perrine Avenue from 2nd to 14th.
Parking on these streets during the snow emergency will result in a $150 city ordinance violation ticket and the vehicle will be towed. If you have questions, the Centralia City Manager's office can be reached at 533-7622. You can view the ordinance at www.cityofcentralia.org.
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