Archived News Release: February 22, 2023 - Due to the National Weather Service winter storm warning currently in effect, all nonemergency City of Ann Arbor government buildings, including parks and recreation facilities, will be closed beginning 11 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 22. In addition, city board and commission meetings are cancelled Wednesday evening. *The 15th District Court is closed beginning at noon Wednesday. All buildings are scheduled to reopen 7:30 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 23.
Trash and recycling curbside collection service will proceed as regularly scheduled and will be evaluated for potential delays thereafter, depending on the severity of conditions.
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Community members are urged to put their own safety and the safety of others first and refrain from any unnecessary travel. Roadways and surfaces are projected to be ice covered and driving conditions hazardous. The city thanks all for their patience.
Those seeking temporary emergency shelter during extreme weather can use Washtenaw County winter weather haven locations. More information can be found at https://www.washtenaw.org/DocumentCenter/View/29101/Winter-Weather-Havens-2022?fbclid=IwAR3oY_wUNqwMvTB7HYxjSNRHJ-i2yj6jI5xj-k0v4EdnppZmeHH2-qtNrGM.
Lisa WondrashCommunications Director[email protected]
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