Snow Center

If you have questions or to report snow related issues, call, tweet, or report with 311.

Is a Snow Emergency & Parking Ban in effect?


Restricted Streets & Discount Parking for Residents
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South Boston Traffic Changes; Bus Route Changes


Regular schedule. See for more information.



Regular schedule. Please view schedule for more details. Full ScheduleReport Missed Pickup

Community Centers: Regular hours.

Libraries: Regular hours. See for more information.

City Hall/Municipal Offices: Regular hours.

City Employees: Normal schedule.

Parking Meters: Normal rules are in effect.

Tow Lot: Regular hours; for towed vehicles contact 617-635-3900.

MBTA: Please visit or call 617-222-3200 for more information.

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Last Updated: 3/4/2015 - 4:48 PM

Boston Snow Stats

Snow Stats (440)

During an active snow storm, please enter your address into Boston Snow Stats to access real time neighborhood data about current weather, road conditions, and snow removal efforts by the City of Boston's Public Works Department.

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Service Requests

 Parking Information

During declared snow emergency, no parking is allowed on major arterials. Find alternative parking options.
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 Shoveling & Snow Removal

Commercial and residential property owners are responsible for snow removal from sidewalks.
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Winter House (25) Home Heating & Safety

Resources on fuel assistance & heating. We also provide tips for avoiding frozen water pipes and preventing carbon monoxide poisoning.
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    Cold Weather Safety & Resources

    • Utilities

      If any areas are without power, residents should call their utility company to report outages. They can also call 311 with concerns or questions.

      Phone Numbers

      Fuel Assistance

      Frequently Asked Questions About Home Heating

    • Safety

      Please remember to take precautions during extreme weather. If you have an emergency, please dial 911 directly.



      Carbon Monoxide


    • Homeless

      The City of Boston recognizes that winter storms and extreme cold weather place homeless people who suffer from medical/behavioral health problems may be particularly at risk if they are exposed to extreme weather conditions.

      Please be vigilant and dial 911 if you suspect an individual is suffering from hypothermia, frostbite, or is in need of services.

      More Information from the BPHC

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