A Snow Emergency is in Effect Beginning at 8 p.m. on February 20
When any amount of snowfall occurs, residents should remove vehicles from Hopkins city streets, parking lots and right-of-ways.
To find out if Hopkins is in a snow emergency, call the Snow Line at 952-939-1399.
When a Snow Emergency Is Declared
If the snowfall is 2 inches or more, a snow emergency may be declared. As soon as the announcement is made, residents must remove vehicles from the restricted locations (city streets and parking lots, right-of-ways, and the Municipal Parking Ramp) to avoid being towed.
These restrictions will remain in effect until streets are plowed curb to curb, and parking lots and the Municipal Ramp are completely plowed.
In addition to moving cars, it is the responsibility of Hopkins residents and businesses to remove snow and ice from public sidewalks. For more details view the Hopkins Snow and Sidewalks page.