Cedar Rapids officials will begin towing vehicles for street storage Monday.
Police said with the heavy snow fall over the last couple of weeks, it’s become “very easy” for officers to tell which vehicles have been moved 48 hours after the snow fall, which is required by Cedar Rapids code, and which have not. Authorities are reminding the public that officers are not required to visibly mark vehicles for street storage.
“In the case of the recent snow storm, Mother Nature did the marking of the vehicles for the department,” a news release said.
The Cedar Rapids Police Department said it is giving the public this weekend to dig out their vehicles and move them. Failure to do so may cost over $150.