Accident scene at Baldwin and Main Streets in Jenison. (Photo by WZZM 13's Ken Ritz)
GRAND RAPIDS (WZZM) -- West Michigan Counties are telling drivers to be careful if they must drive -- or to stay off the roads entirely unless it's an emergency.
There were numerous accidents Tuesday morning due to snow and ice on freeways and streets. Police also say many drivers are going too fast for the conditions on roadways.
Cass County leaders say their snow emergency issued Monday is still in place Tuesday. They are warning people they may be ticketed for driving unless they are driving due to an emergency.
Muskegon, Van Buren and Kalamazoo counties are asking people to stay off the roads unless they have to drive.
Many counties are still dealing with drifting snow on back roads and side streets.
Wyoming Police are asking people to avoid parking in the street. If people have no other choice, they are advised to follow odd-even parking rules.
Grand Rapids leaders say police will strictly enforce odd-even parking rules to allow plows to clear streets in residential areas.