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Cambridge Declares Snow Emergency Effective 1 pm February 1

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A Snow Emergency Parking Ban will go into effect in the City of Cambridge beginning at 1 p.m. on Monday, February 1, 2021. Vehicles parked on streets that are signed “No Parking during a Snow Emergency” will be ticketed and towed until the ban is lifted. To assist residents in parking their vehicles, free parking is provided at a number of facilities beginning at 11 a.m. on Monday, February 1, 2021. A listing of facilities that provide free parking during snow emergencies is available at: CambridgeMA.GOV/Snow

Updated information will be available at CambridgeMA.GOV/Snow throughout the storm. In addition, the public is encouraged to follow updates on Twitter at @CambMA and on Facebook at CambridgeMA.GOV. The City will be utilizing the hash tag #CambMASnow on Twitter to help the public follow the conversation. 
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