The OPD has suspended all property damage accidents until further notice.
Police say drivers should call 911 if there is an injury accident or if the vehicles are not movable. For all other accidents, exchange information.
Nebraska law requires you provide your name, address, phone number and driver’s license number. Omaha Police also recommend you obtain the vehicle information including the plate number and insurance information. They also ask that drivers move their vehicles to a safe area to conduct the exchange of information.
The City of Omaha is in a snow emergency in anticipation of blizzard-like conditions. The Public Works Department and local contractors will deploy up to 200 plows to support snow removal efforts.
The City of Omaha will be enforcing the odd/even snow emergency parking regulations east of 72nd Street. During a snow emergency, parking is permitted on the odd-numbered side of the street on odd-numbered calendar days and on the even side of the street on even-numbered calendar days.
Tommorrow is December 20th, which means parking will be permitted on the even side of the street. Vehicles found in violation will be ticketed, starting at noon. Citizens can visit www.cityofomaha.org and click the snow button for more information on snow emergency policies.