Snow emergencies in metro Detroit

Published On: Mar 11 2014 10:58:33 AM EDT
Updated On: Mar 13 2014 03:22:26 PM EDT

Here are the cities where a snow emergency has been declared -- this means parking is restricted on city streets so they can be cleared.

Forecast:Plenty of sun, but temps stay in low 20s

Wayne County:

Allen Park -- No ending time given.
Canton Township -- Effective noon Wednesday until 11 p.m. Thursday.
Dearborn -- No ending time given.
Dearborn Heights -- No ending time given.
Flat Rock -- No ending time given.
Gibraltar -- No ending time given.
Harper Woods -- Effective until noon on Friday.
Livonia -- No ending time given.
Rockwood -- Effective to 12 a.m. Friday.
Trenton -- No ending time given.
Westland -- Effective noon Wednesday until further notice.
Wyandotte -- No ending time given.

Oakland County:

Auburn Hills -- Effective noon Wednesday
Birmingham -- Residential streets only, no end time given.
Bloomfield Township -- Effective midnight.

Farmington -- Effective midnight
Hazel Park -- No ending time given.
Huntington Woods -- No ending time given.
Oak Park -- Effective at noon on Wednesday.
Rochester -- No ending time given.
Rochester Hills -- No ending time given.
Royal Oak -- No ending time given.
South Lyon -- Effective midnight until 4 p.m. Thursday.

Troy -- No end time given.

Macomb County:

Center Line -- No ending time given.
Shelby Township -- Effective noon Wednesday.

Sterling Heights -- No ending time given.
St. Clair Shores -- No ending time given.

Monroe County:

Milan -- No ending time given.

Lenawee County:

Adrian -- In effect until further notice.

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