Phase II Of Baltimore City’s Snow Emergency Plan Remains In Effect

The Baltimore City Department of Transportation would like to advise citizens that Phase II of the Snow Emergency Plan is still in effect. The Phase II designation means that all vehicles traveling in the city must be equipped with snow tires, all weather radials or snow chains. In addition, parking is restricted along designated snow emergency routes.

Snow Emergency Routes are clearly marked with black and white signs. Citizens that park along these designated routes obstruct the movement of snow plows and hinder our removal efforts. During Phase II, any vehicles that are parked along these designated roadways will be ticketed and towed. Citizens with questions concerning the locations of their vehicles should call 311 for assistance.

During this snow emergency, citizens may park at designated schools equipped with parking lots. These schools include:
Poly/Western High School at Falls and Cold Spring Lane
Walbrook High School at 2000 Edgewood Street
Baltimore City College at 3220 The Alameda
Mervo at 3500 Hillen Road
Patterson High School at 100 Kane Street
Lake Clifton/Eastern High at 2801 St. Lo Drive
Thurgood Marshall Middle School at 5001 Sinclair Lane
Professional Development Center at 2500 E. Northern Parkway
W. Baltimore Middle/North Bend at 181/201 North Bend Avenue
Digital Harbor High at 1100 N. Covington Street
Francis Key Elementary/Middle School at 1425 E. Fort Avenue
Harford Heights Elementary at 1919 N. Broadway
William C. March Middle School at 2050 N. Wolfe Street
Edmondson Westside Skill Center at 501 Athol Avenue

Residents in neighborhoods near Camden Yards may also park at the Camden Yards Sports Complex on a first come, first served basis. These locations include:
Lot R (W. West Street at the Russell Street Service Drive)
Lot A-Annex (Russell Street at lee Street)
Lots G & H (Underneath the MLK/395 overpass only)

In addition, residents may also park on levels 5 and 6 of the Horseshoe Casino Garage though midnight on Wednesday, January 27, 2016.

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