Numerous accidents have been reported throughout the metro area
The Omaha Police Department is no longer responding to property damage accidents.
If you are involved in an accident where no one is injured or the vehicles are not movable and are blocking traffic, police say exhcange information and file a report later.
Call 911 if there are any injuries. There have been several accidents around the metro as the snow continues to fall.
City officials say trash pickups Thursday afternoon through Friday may be delayed. The will be completed by Saturday. The City also issued a reminder Thursday afternoon about the Snow Emergency that goes into effect at midnight.
Vehicles parked on streets east of 72nd Street must comply with the odd/even parking plan. Parking is permitted on the odd side of the street on odd-numbered calendar days and on the even side of the street on even-numbered calendar days. “No Parking” signs with arrows must be obeyed at all times, but if signs read “No Parking This Side of Block” vehicles may be parked there.
Marked snow emergency routes must be kept completely clear of parked vehicles. 200 vehicles and plows are being used in the snow removal efforts, 100 are City-owned and 100 are private contractors.
Main thoroughfares will receive first priority, followed by residential streets.
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