After last year's upside-down winter lots of snow in the valley, not so much in the mountains Salt Lake City is asking residents for input on proposed snow season parking restrictions in order to better clear streets.
The city is considering restricting on-street parking during snowstorms. Residents can weigh in on the proposals at "Open City Hall" on the city's website slcgov.com.
"Emotions run high on parking issues and so we are seeking community sentiment," said City Hall spokesman Art Raymond. "The ideas on Open City Hall are the best programs out there. But it isn't necessarily the case that we will implement them. It depends on our public outreach."