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Posted on: December 20, 2016

[ARCHIVED] Ice-Snow Emergency Still in Effect

While the ice has melted, the ice-snow emergency remains in effect.

During ice-snow emergencies, on street parking on priority transportation routes is banned. The ban allows emergency vehicles and heavy equipment to travel safely on roadways to respond to hazards and storm debris cleanup.

Public Works crews need access to this space to better manage the storm debris and clear the roads and sidewalks. Getting parked cars off the street is a vital part of this emergency declaration. A full description of ice-snow priority routes can be viewed at

Additional Important Public Information

The public is asked to call 541-682-4800 to report downed trees or road issues.

Only call 9-1-1 for immediate life and safety emergencies.

To report a power outage, call EWEB at 844-484-2300.

For information about emergency shelter, call 541-682-5900.

Remember that carbon monoxide is an odorless, tasteless gas, and extended exposure can lead to death. 

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