What is the Village's parking policy for snow emergencies?

A snow removal emergency exists whenever two or more inches of snow falls within a 24-hour period or when two or more inches of snow remains on any roadway in the Village. Winnetka’s snow ordinance prohibits parking of vehicles on any Village street during a snow emergency. Vehicles parked in a manner that obstructs the clearance of snow during an emergency may be towed.

Village parking lots in the business districts are posted as No Parking on either odd or even days after three inches of snow. There is no parking in these lots from midnight to 6 a.m. on either odd or even days as posted.

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1. How can I appeal a parking ticket?
2. Should bicycles be registered with the police department?
3. What are the Village's regulations related to dogs?
4. Is overnight parking prohibited?
5. Does the Village issue parking passes for commuters?
6. What is the Village's parking policy for snow emergencies?
7. Are solicitors permitted in Winnetka?
8. What is the curfew for juveniles?
9. Where can motorized scooters be operated?
10. Where is skateboarding prohibited?
11. Can I use Pellet, Paintball, Air-soft, CO2 or BB guns in Winnetka?
12. Is it possible to schedule a tour of the police station?
13. Who is responsible for minors who consume alcohol?
14. Who do I contact for information about hosting a block party?
15. What can I do to ensure that my home/business is secure?
16. Does the police department offer a House Watch service?
17. How do I apply for a handicapped placard (accessible parking)?
18. Is there a registry for identifying members of the community with special needs?
19. What are the Village's services for individuals with special needs?
20. Does the Village provide social services?
21. Are taxi cabs required to be licensed in the Village?
22. How does the Village address wildlife?
23. How does the Village regulate firearms?
24. How do I subscribe to the Village’s emergency notification service?