The Department of Public Service is requesting citizens cooperate when the projected snow fall is 4" or greater or during a declared Snow Emergencies. In an effort to assist the Department of Public Service, residents are asked not to park on any city street when a Winter Storm Warning or Advisory is forecast by the National Weather Service.
Residents' cooperation will allow the Department of Public Service to better provide efficient plowing services. Any vehicle left on the roadway after a snow emergency has been declared will be towed at the owner's expense.Per City Ordinance Section 2.5a "Abandoned Vehicles": All vehicles must be moved every 48 hours. Failure to remove vehicles will result in towing, at the owner's expense.
In the event of a power outage in the City of Wyandotte, the Copeland Center at 2306 - 4th Street, will be available as a warming center.
For further information about snow emergencies tune to The City of Wyandotte Radio Station AM 1670.Snow Emergency Parking Lots
The City of Wyandotte has numerous Snow Emergency parking lots available for use during a snow emergency. The locations for emergency off-street parking are as follows:
Route #1: North Drive to Goddard, River Drive to the Detroit River
Parking: FOP Park, Boat Ramp Parking Lots-St. Johns west of Biddle and Biddle North of St. Johns.
Route #2: Goddard to Ford Avenue, Fort Street to the Railroad Tracks
Parking: 6th Street & Alkali Park
Route #3: Ford Avenue to Eureka, Railroad Tracks to Fort Street
Parking: Walnut & 15th lot, Oxford & 15th lot, West of Prush's Bar, Northwest corner of 17th & Eureka, Southwest corner of Sycamore & 17th.
Route #4: Eureka to Pennsylvania, Fort to the Detroit River.
Parking: Memorial Pool, Golf Course, 11th & Lee, Dept of Public Service, Public Lots 1 through 11, 11th South of Cherry, BASF Park.
Route #5: Goddard to Eureka, The Detroit River to the Railroad Tracks
Parking: Copeland Center, Police & Court Parking Lot, Museum Campus parking lot.
Please do not let children play on the mounds of snow near the roadways. It is difficult for snowplow operators to see children.
Cars may be moved back to the street, once the streets have been plowed curb to curb. Thank you for your cooperation.
(Information courtesy of city of Wyandotte)