City of Hazelwood Declares Snow Emergency

Since four (4) or more inches of snow have been predicted by the National Weather Service, the City of Hazelwood has declared a snow emergency.  Please move your vehicles off the street to allow room for the snow plows.  Should you live on an Emergency Snow Route, your vehicle must be off the street or face being ticketed or having your vehicle towed.  To view a complete list of the Emergency Snow Routes in Hazelwood, please click here.  For more information about Hazelwood’s snow removal process, click here.

City-Wide Emergency Notification System Activated

Hazelwood has activated its city-wide emergency notification system called SwiftReach.  A message about the snow emergency is being sent out to all residents who have signed up for the program.  To avoid getting multiple phone calls, please listen to the entire message before hanging up.  This will prevent your phone number from being called again.  For those who haven’t signed up for SwiftReach yet, you can do so by clicking the banner posted on the front page of the City’s website at

City Hall and Recreation Centers Closing Early

As a safety precaution for residents and City employees, Hazelwood City Hall will be closing early today at 12 pm (Noon).  This will keep residents from venturing out into bad weather and giving employees some time to get home before the weather worsens.  Both Civic Center East and the Hazelwood Community Center will be closing today at 12 pm (Noon) as well and will remain closed on Saturday.  All activities have been cancelled.  Both recreation facilities will re-open at 1 pm on Sun., Jan. 13.


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