Brookline Snow Day: Parking Ban Declared for 8 p.m. Tonight
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Brookline officials have declared a snow emergency and parking ban starting at 8 p.m. tonight and lasting until 6 a.m. Thursday. Parking will be prohibited on all Brookline streets during that time.
Trash collection will also be delayed one day starting tomorrow.
A number of closures and cancellations have been announced this morning as Brookline residents brace for the first of two storms that could bring 8 to 18 inches of snow by Wednesday night. Today’s storm is not expected to let up until this evening.
Here are the cancellations and disruptions announced so far:
- Brookline public schools will be dismissed at normal times, but after-school activities and athletics have been canceled. Parents are encouraged to consult with individual extended-day programs for today's afternoon schedule. The schools will remain closed on Wednesday.
- The Dexter and Southfield schools will be dismissed at 1 p.m. All intramural and interscholastic games are canceled.
- Beaver Country Day will close at 2 p.m.
Parking: A parking ban will go into effect at 8 p.m. tonight and last until 6 a.m. on Thursday. Parking is prohibited on all Brookline Streets during this time. Boston and Newton have also declared snow emergencies.
Trash Collection: Trash pick up will be delayed by one day starting Wednesday.
Town Hall: All evening meetings, including the Board of Selectmen, have been cancelled.
Libraries: No closures announced.
Transit Most MBTA buses are running late and the Green Line has seen disrubtions on most branches throughout the day. Check the MBTA website for alerts.
- The Brookline Arts Center has canceled all afternoon classes.
Check back with Brookline Patch for updates on snow-related closures, cancellations and disruptions. Last updated 2:20 p.m.