SNOW EMERGENCY AND PARKING BAN STARTS AT 3 PM TODAY
- A snow emergency and parking ban will be in effect for the City of Lynn starting at 3 PM today.
No vehicle may park on a public street or sidewalk starting at 3 PM. You may face a $155 tow fee and a $35 a day storage fee in addition to parking tickets.
- Parking is available at all public school parking lots at 3 PM, with the exception of Aborn, Fallon and Sewell-Anderson Schools. Parking is also available at the Ellis Street Municipal Lot (School Street side) and the MBTA Garage at the intersection of Broad and Market streets (parking charge of $4 per vehicle). Visit the DPW Snow Emergency page for information.
- Manning Filed Parking Lot will also be available for off-street parking during the storm. Vehicles must be removed within one hour after the snow emergency has ended or will face tickets and towing fees.
- Trash collection will be delayed by at least one day, starting with Tuesday’s pickup. Place your trash curbside the day after your normal trash day and leave it curbside until it is picked up. Please understand that it may not get picked up that very same day due to delays beyond Waste Management’s control. Visit our Trash and Recycling webpage for additional information.
LYNN PUBLIC SCHOOLS
- All Afternoon LPS School Activities For Today (Monday Jan. 26th) Have Been Cancelled
- All Lynn Public Schools Will Be Closed Tuesday and Wednesday Of This Week | Jan. 27th and 28th
- The Cobbet School Council meeting for today
at 4 PM has been cancelled
Visit the Lynn Public Schools website for additional information.
CITY HALL AND PUBLIC MEETINGS
- Lynn City Hall offices will be closed Tuesday, January 27th. Please call the DPW at (781) 268-8000 for snow issues or the Emergency Operations Center with non-emergency storm-related questions at (781) 477-4411. As always, please dial 911 in the case of an emergency.
"Public Property and Parks, Retirement Committiee and Licensing Commissioner Meetings Have Been Cancelled. Visit the Clerk's Public Meeting page for details.
VERIZON EMERGENCY INFORMATION
- To Report Service Related Issues | Customers can contact Verizon at 1-800-VERIZON (1-800-837-4966) or online at www.verizon.com/outage to report any service-related issue, receive alert and find helpful service-related FAQs.
Small business customers can visit www.verizon.com/bizoutage. Medium business and enterprise customers should contact their regular customer service centers or account teams, as needed. Enterprise customers can also access the Enterprise Center at https://enterprisecenter.verizon.com.