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Wednesday, January 03, 2018

昆士市、摩頓市都從今晚午夜起實施暴風雪停車禁令直至5日清晨

City of Malden
Update as of Wednesday, January 3rd at 3:00PM
Due to the forecasted snowstorm, the City of Malden will declare a snow emergency as of midnight tonight.  After the snow emergency begins at midnight, winter parking restrictions will be strictly enforced.  
Regarding the parking ban:
To avoid being ticketed or towed, please seek off-street parking.  To find out what the parking restrictions are at your specific address, please visit cityofmalden.org/streetalerts. For residents on streets with a parking ban who are without access to off-street parking, the following locations are available to park free of charge and these lots are available as of 8PM.  The locations are the Early Learning Center, Beebe, Forestdale, Ferryway, Linden and Salemwood Schools as well as downtown at the CBD Garage.  Vehicles can remain in these lots until further notice but you must monitor 311 to find out when to remove your vehicle from these lots.
Snow Emergency Parking Rules
Snow emergency parking rules will be in place beginning at 12 a.m. on Thursday, January 4 and will continue through at least Friday, January 5.
Residents may park on the ODD numbered side of non-emergency neighborhood streets, but should always park in driveways if available.
Parking is prohibited on all designated emergency arteries. Click here for a complete list of emergency arteries.
Residents on side streets posted permanently as one-side parking should park on the side always allowed.
Cars parked in violation of emergency rules or impede snow plowing operations pose a public safety risk, and WILL BE TOWED. Regardless of parking rules, vehicles determined to be in obstruction of snow removal or emergency vehicles are subject to towing if not moved.
For assistance, residents can use the City’s snow request application at snowhotline@quincyma.gov or call the DPW's snow operation hotline at (617) 376-1927.
A Coastal Flood Warning is in place for this storm. For flood-related assistance, call (617) 376-1910. Residents in coastal areas should take appropriate precautions and monitor weather reports. ALWAYS call 911 in an emergency.
There will be no trash collection on Thursday, January 4. Trash regularly scheduled for Wednesday will be collected Friday. Regular Thursday and Friday collection days will be collected on Saturday.
The forecast calls for high winds, which creates the potential for downed tree limbs and power lines. If you lose power, call National Grid at 1-800-465-1212 or visit their Outage Central page at https://www.nationalgridus.com/MA-Home/Storms-Outages/.

For updates and emergency notices, please tune to Quincy Access Television; follow the City of Quincy’s Facebook page or via Twitter @CityofQuincy.