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Snow Plows

A snow plow travels along Transit Avenue Wednesday. City crews worked to finish clearing residential streets, two days after a blizzard blanketed the city with more than 12 inches of snow.

SIOUX CITY | A snow emergency declared earlier this week by Mayor Bob Scott will be lifted at 7 a.m. Saturday. 

At that time, vehicles may begin parking on both sides of the street, unless otherwise posted. 

Until the emergency was lifted, vehicles were asked to not park on emergency snow routes. Since Friday was an even-numbered day, motorists were asked to park on the even-numbered side of the street unless signs were posted prohibiting parking on that side. 

Sioux City's snow emergency began 12 p.m. Sunday ahead of a blizzard that dropped more than a foot of snow on the area Sunday night into Monday. The snowfall was the 11th-largest 24-hour total on record. Snow removal efforts have continued throughout the week.  

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