Tuesday, December 3, 2019

About That Snow

Mayor Rick Rector just released the following statement about plans for snow removal in the city.

The City of Hudson will begin a major snow removal procedure throughout the city starting this evening, Tuesday, December 3, at 11:00 p.m. Additionally, the National Guard will be in town today to assist with the shoveling of fire hydrants.
The removal of snow will continue through the week, and a busy week it will be, with the annual Winter Walk this Saturday, December 7.
DPW will commence the placement of NO PARKING signage this afternoon around the city. Please pay close attention to these signs as there should be no parking in these designated areas after 11:00 p.m. tonight, Tuesday, December 3, 2019.
To avoid penalties (fines, towing, etc.), please adhere to the sign information when you are parking a vehicle.
Please check throughout the afternoon for the temporary signage. Let your neighbors know, and please let the DPW workers know how much their work is appreciated.
We will be updating again tomorrow morning or later today for any revisions. As always, please check the City of Hudson website for both basic snow removal regulations and new updates.

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