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September 22, 2018

Snow Emergency Declared in Fulton


The City of Fulton has declared a SNOW EMERGENCY effective at 9:16 AM (January 30, 2012). This means that travel conditions are hazardous. Motorists are advised against any unnecessary travel. Vehicles will be towed if they become stuck or if they present a hazard.

Public Works crews are aggressively working to clear streets. Due to the SNOW EMERGENCY, cars should not be parked on the roadway. This will assist Public Works crews in clearing the extreme snowfall which has accumulated since earlier this morning.

Pedestrians should stay off the roadways as most sidewalks are blocked and roadway surfaces are treacherous.

The following areas may be used by residents for SNOW EMERGENCY PARKING – those areas include Indian Point Landing (North First Street, off of Route 481 at the north city line), Bullhead Point (Route 3 West between the War Memorial and YMCA), and across from the DPW (Seward Street and North Fifth Street).

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