Snow Emergency Declared for City of Huntingburg; City Hall to Close Early


Huntingburg, Ind. – The City of Huntingburg has declared a snow emergency effective immediately.  The snow emergency is due to the accumulation of snow and ice on city streets, which is causing them to be hazardous on which to drive.

Parking on city streets designated “snow routes” is immediately restricted.  Those streets include 1st Street (from Pebble Beach Dr. to Cherry St.); 4th Street (from Chestnut St. to Van Buren St.); 4th Street (from Walnut St. to Van Buren St.); 9th Street (from Van Buren St. to Shelby St.); 12th Street (from west corporate limits to U.S. 231); 13th Street (from Chestnut St. to U.S. 231); 17th Street (from Chestnut St. to U.S. 231); 19th Street (from 400 West to Van Buren St.); 22nd Street (from Chestnut St. to Van Buren St.); 400 West (within the corporate limits); Cherry Street (from 1st Street to Vogel Ave.); Chestnut Street (from US. 231 North to Phoenix Dr.); Geiger Street (from 4th Ave. to 6th St.); Old St. Rd. 231 (from Main St. to Van Buren St.); Phoenix Drive (from 400 West to U.S. 231); Shelby Street (from 6th St. to 9th St.); Short 4th Street (from Van Buren St. to Washington St.); Van Buren Street (from 1st St. to 22nd St.).

Due to the snow emergency, City Hall, along with the utility office and transit system will close at 1:00 p.m. today.  The city is urging residents to stay home if possible and keep the roads clear so the street department can clear and treat them as necessary.

For questions or for more information, please contact Rachel Steckler, Director of Communication & Community Development at 683-2211 or by email at


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