Snow Emergency 02.17.2022

Snow Emergency LIFTED February 18, 2022
Posted on 02/18/2022
Snow Emergency Lifted

UPDATE 02.18.2022:  3:30PM
The previously declared Snow Emergency within the City of Monroe has been lifted. Thank you for your cooperation!

For questions regarding the updated Snow Emergency information, please call 734.384.9125.

Have a concern about your streets getting plowed?  Report an issue here.

Snow Emergency Declared for Thursday, February 17 at 4:00PM.

Due to the impending snow event, the City of Monroe has declared a Snow Emergency beginning Thursday, February 17th, 2022, @ 4:00 PM.

Residents are asked not to park along major routes, relocating their vehicles to other neighboring streets until these routes have been cleared (please see link below). This allows us to better serve you in providing efficient plowing services. This allows the Department of Public Services to provide more efficient plowing services. Those not in compliance may be subject to ticketing or towing.

Snow Emergency Route Map

Please Note:  
Refuse and recycling containers should NOT be placed in the roadway during the duration of the Snow Emergency. Additionally, for the safety of all, please do not let children play on the mounds of snow near the roadways. It is difficult for snowplow operators to see children.

The Snow Emergency will end once it stops snowing and the snow emergency routes are cleared from curb to curb. Notification will be sent via the City’s website, social media account, smartphone app, and MCANS (the Monroe County Alert Notification System) when the Snow Emergency has been lifted.

Additional Snow Emergency Information, including our Snow and Ice Control Policy, can be found here.

Have a concern about your streets getting plowed? Report an issue here.