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RNeighbors, Rochester Neighborhood Resource Center shared Rochester MN Public Works Department's photo. ...

A SNOW EMERGENCY has been declared for the City of Rochester from midnight tonight (2/23) through 12:00am on Sunday 2/26. Parking will be restricted on all City streets for the duration of the snow emergency. Go to www.rochestermn.gov/home/showdocument?id=13198 for the complete news release. It is best for vehicles to be parked off-street as this gives the plows and emergency vehicles the room they need to move about the town. If you cannot find off-street parking in residential areas, adhere to the guidance of City Ordinance 136.04 and park as noted below. - Friday, February 24: park on the odd side of the residential street - Saturday, February 25: park on the even side of the residential street Snow will be removed from the downtown business district overnight Sunday into Monday 2/27. No parking signs will be posted. Vehicles parked on City streets during the restricted parking hours may be ticketed and towed per City Ordinance 136.05.

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Thanks to the neighborhood volunteers who showed up tonight to represent 10 different neighborhood associations at the Council of Neighborhoods, giving their input into the Integrated Transit Plan. Thanks to the Rochester MN Public Works Department for giving us the opportunity. ...

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Tonight is the Council of Neighborhoods - Transit Study Workshop, 5:30-7 pm, Government Center, Room 104. Organizers ask participants to bring either a smart phone, laptop or notebook computer as your input will be recorded digitally. If you do not have such a device there will be some available for use. Multiple people from a neighborhood are encouraged to attend. Agenda will include an update from Dave Beal and the Neighbors Helping Neighbors Program. The remainder of the meeting will focus on the Transit Study. ...

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