Responding to the falling snow and predictions that Hudson will get 3 to 7 inches, Mayor William Hallenbeck has declared a snow emergency. What this means for most Hudsonians is this: From 8 p.m. tonight until 12 noon on Thanksgiving Day, cars must be parked on the odd side of the street. For those 16 hours, cars should remain on the odd side of the street no matter what the signs, which are expected to be posted in the wee hours of Thanksgiving morning, indicate. At noon on Thanksgiving, cars must be re-parked to comply with what the signs indicate.
Snow removal is expected to begin at midnight tomorrow night. In preparation for snow removal, the City will begin towing cars improperly parked at 11:30 p.m. on Thanksgiving.
See further information, consult the City of Hudson website.