(A)   There are established snow emergency routes in the city which are designated by official signs.
   (B)   The streets designated as snow emergency routes on the snow emergency route map on file in the office of the City Manager are those streets which should be kept open and clear in times of a snow emergency for the safety and convenience of the public.
   (C)   The Mayor or his designated representative may declare a snow emergency when snow, sleet, freezing rain, or other weather conditions cause or appear likely to cause, in the judgment of the Mayor or his designated representative, slippery or hazardous conditions which might lead to serious congestion or hazard.
   (D)   The snow emergency conditions exist in the city whenever a declaration of snow emergency is made by the Mayor or his designated representative.
   (E)   No person shall park on that portion of any street designated as a snow emergency route during any period that is declared to be a snow emergency.
   (F)   The Mayor or his designated representative shall declare termination of such snow emergency as soon as conditions permit.
   (G)   Anyone who violates the prohibition of parking in an area marked snow emergency after a declaration of the snow emergency shall be guilty of a minor misdemeanor.
(Ord. 97-1234, passed 12-16-97)
   Snow emergency routes, see Chapter 77, Schedule X