Snow Route Alert Remains in Effect

A Snow Route Alert issued by the City of Yakima on Monday, January 3rd remains in effect.  The alert will remain in effect until further notice. 

A key part of the Snow Route Alert protocol is to let drivers know they need to move their vehicles from designated snow routes.  The City is requiring drivers to remove their vehicles from snow routes as soon as possible.

The snow routes are primarily centered in the downtown core.  Cars can be moved from snow routes to any street not posted as a snow route or to any City public parking lot.

This Snow Route Alert was issued as part of a series of steps being taken by the City of Yakima to more efficiently and effectively get streets cleared of snow as quickly as possible, particularly streets in the downtown core. 

To see a map of Yakima snow routes, along with the rest of the priority plowing routes throughout the city, click on the following link –

People can find out more about the Snow Route Alert that has been issued by looking at posts on the City’s various communications platforms, and paying attention to local media reports.  Vehicles that are not removed from designated snow routes can be towed and their owners fined up to $50 per violation.