How do I know if Hopkins has declared a snow emergency?

Call the snow line at 952-939-1399. Though local media including WCCO-AM radio and WCCO-TV are notified of a Hopkins’ snow emergency, the stations do not guarantee the announcement will be broadcast. Also note that snow depths are measured in Hopkins and may not coincide with the snow depths reported at the Minneapolis - St. Paul International Airport.

The City also intends to send out notification messages about snow emergencies using Code Red. Your home phone number is already in this system. If you want to receive notifications on one or more cell phones, register the phone numbers on the Emergency Notifications page.

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1. How do I know if Hopkins has declared a snow emergency?
2. Where else can I park?
3. When will towing begin?
4. What do I do if my vehicle is towed?
5. Why does the City declare snow emergencies? Can't you just plow around vehicles?
6. Why not just ban parking on City streets throughout the winter?
7. There have been times when more than 2 inches of snow has fallen and no emergency was called. Why?
8. Does the City receive any money from towing cars?
9. How long does it take to plow all the streets and alleys in Hopkins?