City: Cars not adhering to snow ordinance will be ticketed, towed

Ahead of heavy snowfall expected for Tuesday night into Wednesday, the city of Marshalltown announced another snow ordinance in effect starting 9 p.m. Tuesday. The city will be enforcing city code for streets that prohibit parking when snow removal operations are in progress, according to a release.

Stopping, parking or leaving standing vehicles when city snow removal is in progress on the following designated streets, parts of streets or public ways is prohibited on either side of the street, according to city code. These streets include:

– All cul-de-sac circles

– South 16th Street from Church Street to Linn Street

– East side of South Fourth Avenue from Church Street to Nevada Street

– South Fifth Avenue from Southridge Road to Newcastle Road

– South Sixth Street from Main Street to Madison Street

– North Sixth Street from Highland Drive to Jerome Street

– North Eights Street from Summit Street to State Street

– East Boone Street from Third Avenue to Fourth Avenue

– Highland Drive from Fifth Street to Sixth Street

– West Linn Street from 16th Street to a point 861 FT East

– Melody Lane

– Noble Street from South Seventh Avenue to South Eighth Avenue

– Wood Street from South Seventh Avenue to South Eighth Avenue

– Young Street

Any vehicle found parked on these streets during snow removal operations will be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense, according to the release. Snow ordinance parking restrictions will remain in effect until plowing operations conclude.