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Mayor Rick Sollars has declared a SNOW EMERGENCY in the City of Taylor, beginning at 11 p.m. today (Sunday, December 11) and continuing through 11 p.m. tomorrow (Monday, December 12).
"We are making this announcement now, so that our residents have time to clear the roads of parked vehicles by 11 p.m. tonight," Mayor Sollars said. "Our snow plows have been working on the main roads since the snowfall started. We have new shift of drivers coming on late tonight, and they will be focusing on our residential streets throughout the midnight hours and tomorrow. In an effort to make both our main and residential streets as safe as possible, we are asking our residents to help us as much as possible."
The snowfall is expected to range between 7 and 11 inches by the time it tapers off after midnight. If you do not have to drive, do not venture out onto the roads, which are snow covered and slippery.
Once the SNOW EMERGENCY takes effect at 11 p.m., any vehicles parked on streets may be ticketed during the duration of the SNOW EMERGENCY. Vehicles parked on streets during such emergencies often prevent the snowplows from accomplishing their mission.
The City of Taylor and Mayor Rick Sollars thank residents in advance for their cooperation.