With public works crews still working to clear streets after another round of snow Monday morning, the city is imposing a snow route parking ban again for Monday night.

The ban, which prohibits parking on major streets signed as snow routes, will be in effect from 11 p.m. Monday until 6 a.m. Tuesday.

The daytime ban on parking on the even-numbered side of residential streets continues Monday until 6 p.m.

That will switch to a ban on parking on the odd-numbered side on Tuesday, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

A firefighter shovels out a path Monday afternoon for a crew to roll a gurney with a patient who apparently had slipped on the snowy sidewalk to a waiting ambulance in the 600 block of Davis Street. (Jeff Hirsh photo)

If you need a place to get your car off the street, the city is offering free parking at a number of locations through 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday.

Those sites include the Maple Avenue garage downtown, ETHS Parking Lot 1A and the following city surface parking lots:

  • Lot 3, 1700 Chicago Ave.
  • Lot 4, Central Street at Stewart Avenue (metered spaces only)
  • Lot 16, 800/900 Noyes St. at the CTA tracks
  • Lot 24, 727 Main St.
  • Lot 25, 1614 Maple Ave. (metered spaces only)
  • Lot 27, 1621 Oak Ave.
  • Lot 51, 927 Noyes St. (metered spaces only)
  • Lot 54, Central Street Metra Station
  • James Park, between the west field house and the hill, as well as the south lot near the CTA tracks (NOT the Levy Center parking lot)

Bill Smith is the editor and publisher of Evanston Now.

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