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City’s Crews Plowing Residential Streets

City crews have completed plowing all primary and secondary streets, and will continue plowing residential streets throughout the day Wed., Feb. 20, and overnight into Thurs., Feb. 21. The goal is to be complete by 10:30 a.m. on Thurs., Feb. 21. Some snow may continue to be packed to streets as temperatures drop below freezing overnight, but warmer temperatures Thursday will continue to help with melting.

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Public Meeting for Colbern Road Improvements Postponed

Public Meeting for Colbern Road Improvements Postponed

The City of Lee’s Summit is postponing the March 31 public meeting for the Colbern Road improvements in response to concerns related to COVID-19. The public will be notified when a new date is determined. The public meeting was to introduce the preliminary design for the improvements. For more information about the Colbern Road Improvements Project, contact Public Works at publicworks@cityofLS.net or 969-1800.
Public Meeting for Colbern Road Improvements Set for March 31

Public Meeting for Colbern Road Improvements Set for March 31

The City of Lee’s Summit will introduce the preliminary design for the Colbern Road improvements at a public meeting on March 31 from 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Unity Village Banquet and Dining Building, 1901 NW Blue Parkway, Unity Village, Mo. City staff and representatives from Garver, the design engineering firm, will be in attendance to answer questions. There will be no formal presentation, and residents can come and go as schedules allow. Exhibits...
​City's Crews Set to Continue Treating Streets Tonight and Overnight into Thurs., Feb. 13

​City's Crews Set to Continue Treating Streets Tonight and Overnight into Thurs., Feb. 13

City crews treated streets with salt throughout the day today, Wed., Feb. 12, and will continue treating streets tonight and overnight into Thurs., Feb. 13. Temperatures stayed above freezing for most of the day, keeping streets mostly wet; however, temperatures are expected to drop rapidly overnight causing wet streets to refreeze. Low temperatures and negative wind chills overnight will limit the effectiveness of salt. The Thursday morning...
City’s Crews Scheduled to Work Wed., Feb. 12, and Overnight into Thurs., Feb. 13

City’s Crews Scheduled to Work Wed., Feb. 12, and Overnight into Thurs., Feb. 13

City crews are scheduled to begin working early Wed., Feb. 12, and will continue working overnight into Thurs., Feb. 13, as another winter storm is forecast for the area. Snow is expected to begin early Wednesday morning, possibly changing over to rain in the afternoon as temperatures rise above freezing, and then changing back to snow Wednesday evening and overnight into Thursday as temperatures drop. Read More -->

 

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