By midday on Sunday, cities across the metro started issuing snow emergencies as a winter storm in the area continued to drop flakes.
Below, you can find an updated list of which cities have declared snow emergencies.
A snow emergency has been declared for Sunday and Monday. Vehicles may not be parked on any street until it has been plowed curb-to-curb.
More information: Bloomington Snow Emergency
Crews will begin plowing city streets at midnight.
Parking is not allowed on any city street until it is fully plowed.
More information: Golden Valley Summer & Winter Street Maintenance
Beginning immediately, vehicles should be removed from city streets and parking lots until they are cleared.
Crews typically begin tagging and towing vehicles as soon as 10 p.m. on days when emergencies are declared by mid-afternoon; however, they may begin earlier if conditions require it. Residents can call 952-939-1399 to find out when their street is scheduled for plowing.
More information: City of Hopkins Snow Emergency Information
Vehicles must be removed from city streets until the full width of the roadway has been plowed.
More information: Parking & Snow Removal Regulations
The city of Minneapolis declared a snow emergency by Sunday afternoon, marking Sunday as Day 1 of the three-day clearing schedule. Drivers can park on either side of a non-snow emergency route through 8 a.m. on Monday.
After 8 a.m. on Monday, motorists will need to move their cars to the odd side of non-snow emergency routes. Parking on snow emergency routes will also be allowed.
Beginning at 8 a.m. on Tuesdays, cars must park on the even side of non-snow emergency routes, and may also park on parkways.
Any road that has been plowed to the curb is available for street parking as long as no other restrictions apply.
More information: Minneapolis Snow Emergency Parking Rules
The city of Robbinsdale's snow emergency is effective immediately. Parking is banned on city streets until they have been plowed from curb to curb.
More information: Frequently Asked Questions - Snow Emergencies
Officials in St. Paul say crews will begin plowing at 9 p.m. on Sunday to clear city streets. Parking will be banned along Night Plow routes until the streets are plowed to the curb.
The city is reminding residents that some streets have recently been designated as night plow routes due to the central corridor light rail construction project. A map of the new routes can be found online here.
Officials estimate crews will spend between eight and 12 hours clearing night plow routes before beginning on the Day Plow routes; however, tagging and towing can occur up to 96 hours after a snow emergency is declared.
More information: St. Paul Snow PlowingInformation
Officials in St. Cloud are declaring a snow emergency that will begin just after midnight.
Starting at 12:01 a.m., the snow emergency will be in effect for 72 hours unless the city rescinds the declaration early.
Officials warn that parking regulations will be enforced with towing.
More information: St. Cloud Snow Emergency Alert
As of 2 a.m., parking will not be allowed on the following snow emergency routes until they can be fully plowed:
Cars can be parked on any other street or alley until 8 a.m. on Tuesday. Crews will work to plow those streets before 8 p.m. City officials warn that so-called "snowbirds" will be ticketed and towed if they are not moved.
More information: Your Guide to West St. Paul Plowing