LANCASTER, Pa. (WHTM) – A snow emergency has been declared in Lancaster beginning at 5 p.m.
Drivers must remove their cars from snow emergency routes or their vehicles will be ticketed and towed.
Free parking will be available in the North Prince Street Garage only, police said in a news release. Residents should take a ticket upon entry.
Police said residents must remove vehicles within two hours or be subject to an hourly rate. Residents should provide their ticket to the cashier upon exiting the garages.
The snow emergency will be lifted at 7 a.m. Friday.
Designated snow emergency routes in Lancaster are:
– Queen Street from Highland Avenue to Liberty Street;
– Lime Street from Vine Street to Liberty Street;
– Prince Street from Liberty Street to Engleside;
– Chestnut Street from Race Avenue to Broad Street;
– Duke Street from Liberty Street to Farnum Street;
– Orange Street from Broad Street to Rider Avenue;
– Manor Street from West End Avenue to King Street;
– Walnut Street from Broad Street to Race Avenue;
– Marietta Avenue from College Avenue to Race Avenue; and
– King Street from Rider Avenue to Broad Street.