WORCESTER – The Worcester DPW is sanding and salting the roads in preparation of another snowfall Monday night into Tuesday.
The city’s Declared Winter Parking Ban will remain in effect and public parking garages will be open free of charge.
Ticketing and towing on both main arteries and residential streets will be strongly enforced.
Free parking will be available at these public garages: Federal Plaza, Major Taylor, Pearl-Elm Garage, Union Station and the Worcester Common Garage.
The City is advising drivers on the road Monday evening to use extreme caution and steer clear of snow plows and other equipment.
For more information on winter parking, please visit www.worcesterma.gov/streets/winter-weather/winter-parking.
The Worcester Public Schools won’t make an announcement on any delays or closures until Tuesday morning.
STORM UPDATE: Various forecasts show a range of additional snowfall between 2-7″ overnight. NO DECISION WILL BE MADE TONIGHT regarding status of school for Tuesday, December 3, 2019. If school is delayed or canceled for tomorrow, we will post information in the morning.
— Worcester Schools (@worcesterpublic) December 2, 2019
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