With the potential for snow forecast this weekend, odd and even parking requirements may be enforced in the city of Le Mars.
Residents and visitors need to park vehicles on the odd-numbered side of the street on odd calendar days and the even-numbered side of the street on even calendar days.
The city of Le Mars odd and even parking requirements began Nov. 1, according to information from the city of Le Mars.
After 6 p.m., people should park their vehicles for the following calendar day, the city's odd and even parking notice stated.
As an example, on an odd-numbered calendar day, after 6 p.m. vehicles should be parked on the even-numbered side of the street or avenue.
Tickets may be issued to those who violate the odd and even parking requirements when a snow emergency has been declared.
If public works staff makes a request, vehicles parked in downtown areas after 2 a.m. will be towed.
The vehicles need to be removed to allow snow to be removed on the street to the curbside, according to the city's information.
Signs are posted in the downtown areas where parking restrictions are in place after 2 a.m.
Snow emergencies will be posted on the Daily Sentinel's website www.lemarssentinel.com, published in the newspaper, announced on KLEM 1410 AM and 96.9 FM Radio, the local cable access channel, Sioux City television stations and through the NIXLE neighborhood information system.
Registration for NIXLE is free and may be completed through the Le Mars Police portion of the www.lemarsiowa.com website.