Ordinance Will Prevent Mpls. from Declaring Snow Emergency
With significant snow, getting the roads cleared might be a challenge on the side streets of Minneapolis.
The city says a snow emergency cannot be declared after April 1 because of a city ordinance. That means side streets will not be plowed curb to curb and they won't be out towing any vehicles.
In St. Paul, there could be a snow emergency but it's not likely.
Both cities will depend on Mother Nature to do the melting.