Updated list: Snow emergencies declared in Metro Detroit

Residents asked to avoid parking in streets


DETROIT – After the snow moved into Southeast Michigan Sunday, some communities have declared snow emergencies.

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When a snow emergency is declared, residents are asked to refrain from parking on city streets to allow for plow trucks to conduct snow removal.

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Here are the cities who have declared snow emergencies:

Wayne County:

  • Plymouth -- in effect until Monday at noon.

Oakland County:

  • Birmingham -- in effect Monday morning
  • Clawson -- in effect Monday morning
  • Ferndale -- issued at 10:30 a.m. Monday
  • Madison Heights -- in effect Monday morning
  • Royal Oak -- in effect Monday morning

Macomb County:

  • Sterling Heights -- in effect until further notice

Monroe County:

No emergencies to report.

Washtenaw County:

No emergencies to report.

Lenawee County:

No emergencies to report.

St. Clair County:

No emergencies to report.

Livingston County:

No emergencies to report.

Check back with Local 4 for updates on snow emergencies throughout Michigan.