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Winter Parking Restrictions
Rosemount winter parking restrictions in effect November 1 thru March 31 each year
The City of Rosemount will resume its enforcement of winter parking restrictions beginning November 1 and continuing through March 31. The restriction is necessary so that the City’s snowplow drivers can clear streets safely and efficiently. Violators will be subject to fines, towing, and/or impoundment at the vehicle owner’s expense.
Rosemount City Code prohibits parking on any public street, highway, or alley
every day between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m., regardless of the weather.
any time snowfall, wind, or other weather condition has resulted in a snow accumulation of two or more inches, until the street, highway, or alley is plowed curb to curb.
to be notified by text and/or email when snowplowing operations begin. Choose "Snowplowing updates" under the heading Alert Center.
The City will repair sod and mailboxes that have been damaged by
with a snowplow. The City is
responsible for damage to mailboxes that are knocked over by snow rolling off the plow, damage to
, or damage to sprinkler heads or landscaping installed in the right-of-way. Please keep all items, such as garbage cans, basketball hoops, and hockey nets
at least four feet back
from the curb to avoid potential damage from a plow.
Property owners can minimize plowing damage to their yards by driving stakes at the edge of their property to give plow drivers a guide. Four-foot wood laths that are painted orange at the top should be placed in the ground six inches from the edge of the road, and should be spaced 25 feet apart. Stakes can be picked up free of charge at the Public Works Garage, 14425 Brazil Avenue, weekdays between 7 a.m. and 3 p.m. from October 1 through November 30.
Residents with questions or concerns about snowplowing may contact Rosemount Public Works at (651) 322-2022.
Plowing maps and other city maps
Snowplowing facts and other information
Mailbox installation guidelines
MnDOT video - Chloride and Our Water
MnDOT video - Winter Storms: Don't Crowd the Clowd
MWMO video - Good Choices for Clean Water
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