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Intersection of Southwest Mission Road and Southwest Pinetree Lane Set to Close on Sept. 16

Intersection of Southwest Mission Road and Southwest Pinetree Lane Set to Close on Sept. 16

The intersection of SW Mission Road and SW Pinetree Lane is set to close on Monday, Sept. 16, and will remain closed until approximately Tues., Oct. 1, weather permitting. The closure is necessary for stormwater infrastructure improvements as part of the Pinetree Village stormwater project.

Access will be maintained for residents at all times; however, residents on the east side of the closure will need to exit to the east on SW Pinetree Lane, and residents on the west side of the closure will need to exit to the north on SW Mission Road. All work is weather permitting.

For more information, contact the Public Works Department at 969-1800 or publicworks@cityofls.net.

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City Crews Prepared for Possible Refreeze

City Crews Prepared for Possible Refreeze

The City’s crews prepared trucks and will be called in as needed tonight, Thurs., March 16, and overnight into Fri., March 17, due to the potential for a refreeze. Rain may change over to snow/sleet, and temperatures are expected to drop. High winds should dry out pavements; however, crews will be called in as needed to apply salt treatment in case any wet pavement refreezes. Drivers should be aware of the potential for refreeze especially on elevated surfaces...
City Crews Prepared for Possible Refreeze

City Crews Prepared for Possible Refreeze

The City’s crews prepared trucks and will be called in as needed tonight, Thurs., March 16, and overnight into Fri., March 17, due to the potential for a refreeze. Rain may change over to snow/sleet, and temperatures are expected to drop. High winds should dry out pavements; however, crews will be called in as needed to apply salt treatment in case any wet pavement refreezes. Drivers should be aware of the potential for refreeze especially on elevated surfaces...
City Crews Preparing for Potential Snow Fri., March 3

City Crews Preparing for Potential Snow Fri., March 3

The City’s crews are scheduled to report at 7 a.m. on Fri., March 3, and will treat streets with salt as needed if rain changes over to snow. The most recent forecast shows snow chances have diminished, and pavement temperatures are expected to remain above freezing. If there is any snow it is expected to accumulate on grassy areas and on elevated surfaces which could become slushy and slick. Drivers should use caution on elevated surfaces such as bridges and...
City Crews Preparing for Potential Freezing Precipitation

City Crews Preparing for Potential Freezing Precipitation

The City has a small crew scheduled to report at 7 p.m. tonight, Fri., Feb. 24, to treat primary streets with salt as needed. Lee’s Summit is expecting patchy light drizzle this afternoon which may come in the form of sleet, with precipitation ending by midnight. Pavement temperatures are expected to drop below freezing this evening, and then rise rapidly Saturday morning. Drivers should use caution this evening and overnight into Saturday especially on...
City Crews Treating Streets Today, Thurs., Feb. 16

City Crews Treating Streets Today, Thurs., Feb. 16

The City’s crews have been treating streets with salt throughout the day today, Thurs., Feb. 16. Streets may have slick spots due to continued precipitation and low temperatures, and drivers should use caution especially on elevated surfaces such as bridges and overpasses. Crews are scheduled to continue treating streets with salt as needed tonight and overnight into tomorrow, Fri., Feb. 17.

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