Get an E-Mail or Text Message when there is a Snow Emergency
The City of Minneapolis sends e-mail and text message alerts to thousands of people once a Snow Emergency is declared. This makes it possible to learn about Snow Emergencies at the office or when you’re on the road.
Note: We cannot guarantee that you will receive a message, so it's important that people continue to check the City's website or call 348-SNOW whenever snow falls and you think a Snow Emergency is likely. You must follow Snow Emergency parking rules, even if you don’t receive a Snow Emergency Alert.
To change your subscription settings or unsubscribe
To change your e-mail address, add a second e-mail address, or unsubscribe, see managing your subscriptions.
Subscribe to Text Message Alerts
To subscribe to text message alerts, you must first figure out your cell phone’s text message e-mail address. Once you have it, enter the e-mail address on the subscription page. Make sure you check the "Wireless Alerts" box so the alerts will be sent as text messages.
Data Privacy Notice
Information you provide to the City is subject to the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act. Data about you is collected and maintained solely for the purpose of managing your subscriptions and notifications from the City. You are not legally required to supply this data. However, if you do not supply all of the information requested, the City will not be able to alert you to any notices or fulfill any subscription services. If you choose to submit information to the city, the information you provide will be used, disseminated, and retained as needed in conducting the City’s official business and in accordance with the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act. For more information, see the City of Minneapolis Privacy Statement.
Last updated Dec 16, 2016