Laurel police say they have towed 29 vehicles and ticketed dozens more parked in snow emergency routes after Monday's snowfall.
Laurel Mayor Craig Moe declared a snow emergency beginning 7 p.m. Monday in anticipation of the overnight snowstorm, which dropped five inches of snow in Laurel.
Fines for failing to move a vehicle are $125 each, according to the city.
If your vehicle was towed, the city says to bring a valid driver's license and proof of ownership to the Laurel Police Department at 811 5th Street.
Then the police will provide the address and phone number of the tow company that removed the vehicle, according to the city.