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Dearborn Police Department
Thursday February 17th, 2022 :: 04:29 p.m. EST


Dearborn declares Snow Emergency effective at 6 pm. Thursday, Feb 17, 2022.

Mayor Hammoud Declares Snow Emergency as of 6:00 p.m. Thursday, February 17

Vehicles must be off the streets by 6:00 p.m. on Thursday; Sirens will sound at 6:00 p.m. Enforcement begins early Friday morning; Snow emergency expected to be lifted at 6:00 p.m. on Friday, February 18
DEARBORN, MI – Mayor Abdullah H. Hammoud today declared a snow emergency for the City of Dearborn, effective 6:00p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 17, 2022. The emergency will remain in effect until 6:00 p.m. on Friday, February 18. 
The announcement comes ahead of possible of snow accumulations between four and eight inches, according to the National Weather Service. The agency has issued a Winter Storm Warning for most of Southeast Michigan until 3:00 a.m. on Friday, February 18. A Winter Storm Warning is issued when there is potential for “a snow accumulation of at least 8 inches or more in 12+ hours, OR 6 inches or more in 6 to 9 hours.”
Dearborn’s Department of Public Works (DPW) have begun salting road as of 3:00 p.m. on Thursday and will continue salting through the evening to prevent ice accumulations. 
All vehicles must be removed from the streets by 6:00 p.m. on Thursday to allow for safe and efficient snowplowing. Emergency sirens will sound at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, February 17, and parking enforcement will begin early Friday morning. Tickets for vehicles parked during a snow emergency are $80. Alternate parking areas are available for residents who do not have driveways. A list of streets and parks where vehicles can be temporarily parked during a snow emergency can be found at They are also included below.
Neighborhood streets will be plowed within 24 hours after the snowfall concludes.
Residents can sign up to receive emergency text alerts from at, or by texting your five-digit zip code to “888777.” Residents can also receive emergency updates via and the following official City of Dearborn social media accounts.
Instagram: @DearbornCityGov
Twitter: @CityofDearborn
Alternate Parking During Snow Emergencies
Across Dearborn, residents can use parking lots at the City parks, especially Levagood, Crowley and Ford Field parks.
In the northeast and southeast Dearborn, where the lack of driveways is more common, the City has designated specific streets that residents can use temporarily during a snow emergency.
Southeast Dearborn:
• Eagle, from Amazon to Salina
• Lapeer, from Ferney to Amazon
• Lowrey, from Holly to Saulino Court
• Westlawn, from Vernor to Burley
• Tuxedo, from Ferney to Riverside Drive
• Whittington, from Canterbury to Riverside Drive
• Berkshire, from Industrial to Canterbury
• Morningside, from Industrial to Wyoming
• Riverside Drive, from Industrial to Vernor
Northeast Dearborn:
• Blesser, from Maple to Oakman
• Henson, from Maple to Oakman
• Henn, from Chase to Williamson
• Haggerty, from Maple to Calhoun
• Paul, from Chase to Horger and between Schaefer and Hartwell
• Hemlock, from Chase to Oakman
• Donald, from Chase to Calhoun and between Reuter and Oakman
• Alber, from Reuter to Oakman


Parked vehicles must be off the streets by 6pm February 17, 2022. Vehicles left parked on streets will be ticketed.

Dearborn Police Department
16099 Michigan Ave
Dearborn, MI 48126

Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 313-943-2240

Daniel Bartok
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