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Columbia testing snow procedures

The City of Columbia is tested its snow procedures as part of preparations for the winter season Wednesday.

Truck drivers will go over their routes with plows, and parking enforcement agents will place tags on cars parked along certain priority roads.

The tag is not a citation, just information about the city’s policies.

For snow events with less than 4″ of snow, city crews will plow and treat first and secondary priority streets to a passable condition. Crews will plow and treat residential streets to a passable condition during regular working hours only.

Parking will be prohibited on priority snow routes with 2″ or more of snow. You can find a list of priority snow routes here.

The fine for failing to move a vehicle from a priority snow route is $100 plus towing and storage charges.

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