The District of Columbia Lifts Snow Emergency as of 9:30 am Tuesday, March 4, 2014.
When a snow emergency is declared, motorists may not park on the streets designated as snow emergency routes. Snow emergency tickets are $250.
The District of Columbia Snow Team clears snow and ice from approximately 2,295 lane miles of streets, bridges, overpasses and ramps.
The Snow Team also works closely with Mayor Vincent C. Gray and other District agencies when deciding to declare and enforce snow emergencies. If a snow emergency is declared residents must immediately relocate any vehicles parked on snow emergency routes. Keep up to date on the latest inclement weather reports and advisories with our Snow Alerts.