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Residents should contact the Lansing Board of Water and Light at 877-295-5001to report power outages or downed wires. Please DO NOT call 911.
Please check http://www.lbwl.com/alert/ for information from the Lansing Board of Water and Light on current restoration status.
Snow Emergency Lifted - 1/10/2014
Snow Clearing Update - 1/7/2014
Travel Ban Lifted at Midnight; City Government to Reopen Tomorrow - 1/6/2014
Mayor Bernero Declares Snow Emergency - 1/5/2014
City of Lansing Issues Winter Storm Guidance - 1/5/2014
Anyone in need of overnight sheltering please contact 211. They will place you in contact with the Mid-Michigan Chapter of the American Red Cross.
Warming centers are available at all four City of Lansing Community Centers from 8:30am to 9:00pm Monday through Friday and Saturdays from 8:00am to 5:00pm.
- Foster Community Center - 200 N. Foster
- Gier Community Center - 2400 Hall Street
- Letts Community Center - 1220 W. Kalamazoo
- Alfreda Schmidt Southside Community Center - 5825 Wise Road
If you need help with transportation or would like more information having to do with these shelters and warming centers, please call 211. If you have pets that need shelter, please call Ingham County Animal Control at (517)676-8376.
Please remember to stay safe and don’t try to heat your households in unapproved ways. These include propane heaters, stoves and ovens.
As a reminder, generators should never be run inside houses or garages.
Snow, Sidewalks and Parking
Residents and businesses are reminded that city ordinance requires sidewalks to be cleared with 24 hours of a storm event.
Residents are also reminded that all vehicles must be removed from city streets between 2:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. Cars that remain parked on the street overnight can interfere with plowing operations and may be towed at the owner’s expense.
Residents are asked to avoid parking on city streets during and for 48 hours after the storm, to facilitate plowing operations.
For regular updates on the City of Lansing winter maintenance activities and emergency notifications, please check the City of Lansing Fire Department Facebook page and sign up for Nixle text message and email alerts at: http://local.nixle.com/city/mi/lansing/. Updates will also be posted to the City of Lansing website at http://www.lansingmi.gov.