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Intersection of SW County Line Road and SW Ward Road Set to Close on Monday, May 13

Intersection of SW County Line Road and SW Ward Road Set to Close on Monday, May 13

The intersection of SW County Line Road and SW Ward Road is set to close on Monday, May 13, and will remain closed for 4-6 weeks. This extends the previous closure of SW Ward Road to just north of its intersection with SW County Line Road to 160th Street. The new detour route for this closure is 163rd Street, M-291 Highway and M-150 Highway. For more information, contact the City’s Public Works Department at 969-1800 or publicworks@cityofls.net.

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Section of NE Scruggs Road Set to Close Jan. 17

Section of NE Scruggs Road Set to Close Jan. 17

A section of NE Scruggs Road from NE Todd George Road to NE Bristol Drive is set to close to through traffic on Tuesday, January 17, and will remain closed for approximately six weeks, weather permitting. The road closure is necessary so a contractor for Lee’s Summit Water Utilities can repair the lining of two force mains under Scruggs Road from the Scruggs Road Pump Station. Access to properties along the route will be maintained at all times. READ MORE -->
City Crews Preparing for Chance of Snow Thurs., Jan. 12

City Crews Preparing for Chance of Snow Thurs., Jan. 12

The City’s crews are preparing for a quick moving storm with a chance of snow which is expected to arrive in the early morning hours on Thurs., Jan. 12. A small crew will report at 3 a.m. on Thursday to treat streets with salt as needed. Pavement temperatures are expected to remain at or near freezing which may cause slushy conditions. Drivers should use caution during the Thursday morning commute, especially on elevated surfaces such as bridges and...
City Crews Prepared for Chance of Wintry Mix Sat., Jan. 7

City Crews Prepared for Chance of Wintry Mix Sat., Jan. 7

The City’s crews prepared trucks and equipment due to the chance of a wintry mix of precipitation on Sat., Jan. 7. The current forecast shows air and pavement temperatures should remain above freezing; however, the City will continue to monitor the weather and will call out crews as needed for response.

 

Freezing Drizzle/Ice Possible Tonight, Sun., Dec. 25

Freezing Drizzle/Ice Possible Tonight, Sun., Dec. 25

The City has a small crew scheduled to report at 7 p.m. tonight, Sun., Dec. 25, to monitor conditions and treat streets with salt as needed due to the potential for a wintry mix including freezing drizzle/ice. It is expected to be a fast moving storm. Drivers should use caution tonight and overnight into Mon., Dec. 26, especially on elevated surfaces such as bridges and overpasses. The City will continue to monitor the weather and update its response accordingly.
City Crews Set to Complete Plowing Today, Fri., Dec. 23

City Crews Set to Complete Plowing Today, Fri., Dec. 23

The City’s crews have been plowing residential streets today, Fri., Dec. 23, and expect them to be completed later this afternoon. Crews will then return to hot spot areas, such as bridges and hills, to apply salt treatment, and expect to wrap up all operations by early evening. Snow will remain packed to some streets due to low temperatures. As pavement temperatures warm the next few days and additional melting occurs, overnight refreezes are possible and...
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