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Posted on: January 28, 2019

Mayor Andy Schor Closes Operations due to Predicted Extreme Winter Weather

(LANSING)— Due to the predicted extreme winter weather, City Hall, 54-A District Court and city facilities will be closed on January 28, 2019. All City of Lansing sponsored events or meetings are cancelled.

“Safety is always our number one priority,” said Mayor Schor. “We urge residents to stay off the roads, assist neighbors in need, and take extra precautions to stay safe.”

To help our first responders and plow crews, please avoid on-street parking as often as possible. As always, city ordinance prohibits on-street parking from 2 a.m. to 5 a.m. Vehicles parked on city streets that interfere with plowing operations may be towed at the owner’s expense.

The City of Lansing is responsible for clearing more than 440 miles of city streets. Plowing operations on local streets follow the city’s established plow routes. Residents can stay updated on the status of plowing operations by visiting

Residents are reminded that city ordinance requires property owners to clear snow and ice from sidewalks adjacent to their property within 24 hours after a winter storm event.

Lansing residents can sign up for Lansing Alert to receive text or email updates and notifications regarding the City’s snow removal operations at

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