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Grand Forks to declare snow emergency Monday to clear city streets

The snow emergency will affect the areas of the 1700 through 2400 block South 34th Street and the 300 through 1300 block Belmont Road, during the normal street cleaning schedule.

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GRAND FORKS — Grand Forks will declare a snow emergency on Monday, Jan. 31, to remove snow from city streets.

The Grand Forks Police Department, along with the city’s street department, have declared a snow emergency from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday, Jan. 31, to remove and push back the snow on city streets.

The snow emergency will affect the areas of the 1700 through 2400 block South 34th Street and the 300 through 1300 block Belmont Road, during the normal street cleaning schedule.

Any vehicle left on these streets will receive a $20 parking ticket and a towing fee which will start at $55. The towing fee will be for relocating any vehicle left on the roadway in these areas. The vehicles will be relocated within the neighborhood.

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