The Village is delaring a snow emergency starting Tuesday, January 9 at 6 a.m. and continuing until Wednesday, January 19 at noon.  

Sec. 32-88. – Snow emergency parking regulations.

(a)  Definition. The village board, village president or public works director declares a snow emergency exists when the director of public works has determined the snow and/or ice accumulation on the village streets is in an amount sufficient to hinder the safe movement of traffic or to impede the ability of emergency vehicles and public transportation vehicles to travel safely and expeditiously over such streets or alleys.

(b)  Such declaration requires the director of public works or clerk’s office to notify four designated radio stations, two local television stations and the Village website and Facebook by no later than 10:00 p.m. of the day of the village’s declared snow emergency.

(c)  No person shall park any motor vehicle, or leave any motor vehicle parked upon any street or alley within the village, during any period of time in which snow or ice has accumulated and where snow emergency conditions exist, until snow has been plowed or removed from such street or alley.

(d)  Enforcement of this section shall not require any public posting in the village.

(e)  Any vehicle parked in violation of subsection (c) of this section will be ticketed $30.00 and/or towed.  In the event of a violation the village shall have the authority to have vehicles towed to the facility of the person providing the towing service or a designated area. The cost of such towing shall be added to the forfeiture.

(Ord. of 7-13-2015(1), § 32.20(2); Ord. of 2-14-2022(1))

Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Brooklyn, Wisconsin, this
12th day of June, 2023.