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Newark Residents Urged to Observe ’No Parking on Snow Covered Roadways’ Due to Snowstorm 

By rlsmetro on

Newark city officials have reported that snow beginning today and continuing both tomorrow and Tuesday may produce flooding in certain areas. 


According officials, snow is predicted today after 4 p.m., with accumulations of 2 to 4 inches Snow is expected to continue tomorrow with accumulations of 7 to 11 inches and wind gusts of up to 38 mph.   

According to officials, tomorrow night, periods of snow are predicted to result in 3 to 7 inches.  

On Tuesday, snow is expected to continue before 4 p.m. with less than half an inch accumulation anticipated.  


Residents are asked to observe the city’s “No Parking on Snow Covered Roads” regulations due to the expected snowfall. Signs have been posted on streets throughout the City of Newark to notify motorists of the streets designated for no parking during snowstorms.    

Motorist and residents are urged to look for the sign pictured below to identify the streets where the parking ban will be enforced.  


Violators can expect to be issued a summons and towed.  These regulations are essential to the removal/plowing of snow and salting operations and to allow emergency vehicles to pass.  

Whenever possible, off-street parking is recommended during snowstorms. That may mean partnering with a neighbor to use their driveway according to officials. 


All residents are reminded that tossing snow into the street is against the law, and violators will be fined.  


Please click here for a list of streets designated for No Parking. Click here for a list of streets to avoid due to flooding. This link can be found at the Department of Public Safety’s website: Click Police Division, Media Room and Weather.