-Snow emergency in effect. Alternate side parking restrictions will be in effect throughout the entire City of Madison including the downtown/isthmus snow emergency zone.
-Madison Metro: Information will be distributed via email/text messages about the status of the service. Information will also posted at mymetrobus.com, recorded information will be available at (608) 266-4466, and updates distributed to local media at approximately the same time.
-City of Madison offices and facilities will delay opening until 10 a.m. Friday, Dec. 21. The opening is delayed to allow both staff and residents the opportunity to travel safely.
-Trash and recycling collection: City crews suspended trash collection for Thursday collection areas after crews had difficulty due to road conditions. Sections of the Thursday area that were not serviced will be included in the Friday pick up.
-Dane County will close non-essential services and the Dane County Courthouse on Friday, Dec. 21. Normal county operations will resume after the Christmas Eve and Christmas holidays on Wednesday, Dec. 26.
-Public Heath-Madison and Dane County reports that all of its offices and clinics will be closed Friday, Dec. 21 due to continuing extreme weather conditions.
-Home Health United - Meals on Wheels closed Friday. The noon meal will not be delivered.
-John Deere Financial office on Excelsior Drive in Madison will delay opening until 10 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 21.
-Meriter Medical Group clinics will be closed Friday, Dec. 21. Meriter Hospital services and the Emergency Department remain open.
-Madison College -- All Madison College campuses will be closed Friday, Dec. 21.
-Prometric Testing Center closed Friday.
-Red Cross blood drives are canceled, including events at Hill Farm State Transportation Building, Madison East and West Donation Centers.
The Freedom from Religion Foundation's solstice celebration Friday is canceled.
-Exams at UW-Baraboo scheduled for 8 a.m. are postponed until Saturday. Exams scheduled for 10 a.m. or later will continue as scheduled.
-The City of Beloit has declared a snow emergency from 3 p.m. on Thursday through 3 p.m. on Friday. Also, due to construction downtown, the 400 block of East Grand will be temporarily posted as a one-way street for westbound traffic. When the snow can be removed, eastbound traffic will be restored. During the entirety of the snow emergency declaration, the parking or standing of any vehicle on a City street is prohibited.
-The Red Cross blood drive planned at Cambridge High School is canceled.
-Braids N' Britches Daycare closed Friday.
-The Village of Cottage Grove has issued a snow emergency, effective at 12 a.m. on Thursday, through noon on Friday. Per Village ordinance, parking on Village streets is prohibited until the snow emergency ends at noon on Friday.