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City’s Crews Prepared for Winter Weather Early Tuesday, Dec. 29, through Friday, Jan. 1

The City has a crew scheduled to report at 3 a.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 29, to monitor and treat roadways as needed for the morning commute. Freezing rain and ice is possible in the early morning hours, and roadways may become slick. Residents should use caution while driving, especially on elevated surfaces such as bridges and overpasses. Crews will treat roadways as necessary throughout the day. With temperatures fluctuating above and below freezing, crews also will be watching for freezing conditions overnight Tuesday into Wednesday, Dec. 30. Wet and freezing conditions are possible through Friday, Jan. 1.

The City will continue to monitor the weather forecast and update its response accordingly.

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Crews Finish Residential Road Treat and Begin Pre-Treatment for Next Predicted Storm Feb. 21, 2018

Crews Finish Residential Road Treat and Begin Pre-Treatment for Next Predicted Storm Feb. 21, 2018

Public Works crews have been continually treating roads since 3 a.m., Tues. morning, Feb. 20 and recently finished the treatment of residential streets as of Wed., Feb. 21 from the first round of wintry ice storms.  Roads may still be icy due to the freezing air and pavement temperatures, which reduce the effectiveness of the salt treatments. Please be careful.  Crews are gearing up for the next round of storms forecast to begin tonight, Wed., Feb. 21 by...
Crews Continue to Treat Roads from Feb. 20, 2018 Ice Storm

Crews Continue to Treat Roads from Feb. 20, 2018 Ice Storm

Now that the freezing rain has ended, crews are treating primary and secondary roads.  Crews will be treating residential roads throughout the night into the morning hours once primary and secondary are complete.  

With temperatures continuing to fall, the effectiveness of salt will be limited and refreezing may occur, so watch out for icy road conditions.  Please give our drivers room.

Open house for 3rd Street Improvements from Murray to Pryor roads

Open house for 3rd Street Improvements from Murray to Pryor roads

An open house style public meeting for the 3rd Street Improvements project from Murray to Pryor roads is scheduled from 5-7 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 18, in the Howard Conference room on the second floor of City Hall, 220 SE Green St, Lee’s Summit, Mo. 

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