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Trenton Declares Snow Emergency

Trenton police are asking residents to move cars from the street or risk being towed.

Photo: Andrew Thurlow
Photo: Andrew Thurlow
A snow emergency has been declared in the city of Trenton as of 5 p.m. Wednesday. All vehicles must be removed from the street or risk being towed.

The DPS and police department are requesting citizens cooperate when the projected snow fall is 4" or greater or during a declared Snow Emergency. 

Residents' cooperation will allow the Department of Public Service to better provide efficient plowing services.

Residents are permitted to use any municipal parking lot during snow
emergencies on a temporary basis, according to the city's Code of Ordinances.

Municipal parking is available at the corner of Saint Joseph Street and W. Jefferson Avenue, Rotary Park, Elizabeth Park, or even the city hall for a short period of time. 


At the moment, Grosse Ile has not issued a snow emergency, according to the police department. 

waterboy January 02, 2014 at 01:43 PM
and it is Thursday afternoon and my street is not plowed
Jeffery M. Wysocki January 10, 2014 at 12:23 PM
Wayne County and all Downriver Communities get aa "E" for their handling the roads. I work in communities from Harrison Twp., up thru Port Huron off of the I-94 corridorr. Keep in mind that Port Huron got 12 inches of. snow and Harrison got 10.8 inches. Macomb and St. Clair counties were back to normal Thursday am, but Wayne County and communities refuse to plow and then salt. West Rd. from Telegraph to Jefferson looked and felt like 3rd world city road thru Thursday evening. DONT HAND ME SALT IS INEFFECTIVE!!!! I've seen the results in othet communities and counties when I'm driving thru dried salt residue clouds!!!

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