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Residential parking bans start Monday night

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The residential parking ban goes into effect starting Monday at 7 p.m.

Residents of snow zones D, F, I, M, N, R, V will have to move their vehicles off the street overnight until Tuesday at 7 a.m. to allow streets to be plowed.

Residents of snow zones E, H, K, O, S, U will need to have their vehicles off streets from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 13.

Announcements about other snow zones will be made later. Snow clearing is not expected to finish until Thursday morning.

The snow zone letter system is new. Residents can look up their zone by entering their address at knowyourzone.winnipeg.ca or get the information by calling 311.

Vehicles parked in violation of the residential parking ban may receive a $150 ticket ($75 if paid early), and may be towed to a nearby street that is not scheduled to be plowed or that has already been plowed. If you believe your vehicle may have been towed due to the residential parking ban, please contact 311 for assistance in locating it.

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Updated on Monday, November 12, 2012 at 9:40 AM CST: Fix website for know your zone

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