Farmington Declares Snow Emergency
Residents must immediately remove vehicles parked on city streets, or the vehicles may be towed.
The City of Farmington declared a weather emergency at 9 p.m. Tuesday, due to a winter storm expected to dump up to four or five inches of snow across Oakland County.
In a press release, the Farmington Public Safety Department announced that "parked vehicles must be immediately removed from city streets for the safety and well being of the citizens of the community."
Vehicles parked on the street may be towed up to 12 hours after the emergency weather declaration. Any vehicles deemed to constitute a hazard, those that are disabled, abandoned or parked in traveled portions of roadways, may be immediately towed.
The department will make a public announcement when the emergency declaration ends.
For more information, call the department at 248-474-4700.