Many communities remain under snow emergencies

BRIDGEPORT - Many communities in southwestern Connecticut remain under snow emergencies today.

In Bridgeport, officials are reminding residents not to park on snow emergency streets and to follow alternate side of the street parking rules.

Stamford is also warning drivers to remove their vehicles from designated snow routes throughout the city or face towing.

Norwalk is offering free parking at the Maritime and Yankee Doodle garages because of the parking restrictions.

Meanwhile in Stratford, the town has closed all town offices today and extended their parking ban through the day.

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