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City’s Crews Plowing & Treating Streets Today, Sun., March 3

City crews are plowing and treating streets today, Sun., March 3, and will continue overnight into Mon., March 4, after two to three inches of snow fell in the area. With accumulating snow ending at approximately 10 a.m. on Sun., March 3, the goal time for all streets to be plowed and treated is 6:30 p.m. on Mon., March 4. Residents can help the snow control process by removing obstacles such as vehicles, basketball hoops and trash cans from streets.

While sunshine during the day on Sun., March 3, is helping with some melting, extremely low temperatures will limit the effectiveness of salt particularly after the sun goes down. Snow will continue to be packed to the pavement even after streets have been plowed and treated, and may remain snow packed for several days until temperatures increase.

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City’s Crews Scheduled to Treat Roadways Early Mon., Nov. 11

City’s Crews Scheduled to Treat Roadways Early Mon., Nov. 11

City crews are scheduled to report at 3 a.m. on Mon., Nov. 11, to treat roadways ahead of the morning commute. Light snow is forecast early Monday morning and accumulations are expected to be minor; however, pavement temperatures are anticipated to drop below freezing during the morning commute and slickness is possible. Residents should use caution while driving, especially on elevated services such as bridges and overpasses. Crews will treat roadways as necessary...
City’s Crews Scheduled to Work Wed., Oct. 30 & Thurs., Oct. 31

City’s Crews Scheduled to Work Wed., Oct. 30 & Thurs., Oct. 31

City crews are scheduled to work on Wed., Oct. 30, and overnight into Thurs., Oct. 31, as a wintry mix of precipitation moves through the area. With rain and sleet expected overnight Tues., Oct. 29, into Wed., Oct. 30, crews will monitor conditions and treat slick spots as needed during the Wed. morning commute. Accumulating snow is expected to begin around the evening rush hour on Wed. as the temperature drops below freezing. Crews will plow and treat streets as...
City Hosts RecycleFEST on Nov. 9 at Maintenance Facility

City Hosts RecycleFEST on Nov. 9 at Maintenance Facility

City Hosts RecycleFEST on Nov. 9 at Maintenance Facility
City of Lee’s Summit is hosting its free RecycleFEST on Nov. 9 from 9 a.m. to noon at the City’s Maintenance Facility, 1971 SE Hamblen Rd. RecycleFEST offers Lee’s Summit residents an opportunity to dispose of a variety of items in an environmentally friendly manner. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, of the 262 million tons of municipal solid waste generated in 2015, just 34.7 percent was recycled and composted. 52.5 percent of...
City’s Crews Set to Treat Slick Spots Overnight As Needed

City’s Crews Set to Treat Slick Spots Overnight As Needed

City crews are preparing for rain and a chance of snow overnight Mon., Oct. 28, into Tues., Oct. 29. Temperatures are expected to fall below freezing overnight, and there is the potential for moisture to freeze especially on elevated surfaces such as bridges and overpasses. Crews will treat slick spots overnight as needed.

Section of NW Pryor Road Set to Close Oct. 14

Section of NW Pryor Road Set to Close Oct. 14

Section of NW Pryor Road Set to Close Oct. 14
A section of NW Pryor Road from NW Quarry Park Road to Bannister Road is set to close to thru traffic on Monday, Oct. 14, and will remain closed for approximately 60 days, weather permitting. The closure is necessary for the installation of a water line. The southbound detour is east on Bannister Road/NW Colbern Road, south on NW Blue Parkway, west on the westbound flyover bridge over 350 Highway, and south on NW Pryor Road. The northbound detour is east on the...
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