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City of Beloit declares snow emergency Monday


 BELOIT (WKOW) -- City officials in Beloit have declared a snow emergency beginning Monday.

Officials say the snow emergency will begin at 12 a.m. Monday and will remain in effect until 12:00 p.m. Monday.

During the snow emergency, cars may not be parked on city streets. Police officers may ticket and/or tow motor vehicles found in violation of the snow emergency.

Here is a list of approved off-street parking lots:

  • Krueger Park Upper Parking Lot – Hackett St. at House St. (East lots only)
  • Krueger Golf Course Lot- 1611 Hackett St. (South lot between designated signs)
  • Wootten Park- 4th Street at Maple Avenue (South end between designated signs)
  • Riverside Park Rotary Center- 1220 Riverside Drive (Two center row between the signs)
  • Riverside Park Jones Shelter- access via west bound Portland Ave. (All areas)
  • Angel Museum- 656 Pleasant Street (All areas)
  • Iron Works South Parking Lot – 3rd St. & Grand Ave. (West side of lot between designated signs)
  • Iron works North Parking Lot – Ironworks and 3rd St. (North end of lot between designated signs)
  • Fourth Street Public Parking – Westside of 4th St. between La Casa Grande and Brass Rail (Center island between designated signs)
  • West Grand Public Parking – 229 West Grand Avenue (Between designated signs)
  • Telfer Park Parking Lot – 2100 Cranston Rd. (South east lot between designated signs)
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