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Parking Lot Closure for Arnold Hall Stormwater Project Set for Monday, March 21

Parking Lot Closure for Arnold Hall Stormwater Project Set for Monday, March 21

The public parking lot at 121 SE 3rd St. in downtown Lee’s Summit, commonly referred to as the Arnold Hall parking lot, is set to close on Monday, March 21, weather permitting, and is expected to remain closed until June. The closure is necessary for the second phase of stormwater work at the site which includes the excavation and installation of stormwater tanks. The alley off of SE Green St. will be used during construction and will be closed most of the time. The alley off of 3rd Street will have intermittent closures; access will be maintained to the Vogue parking garage.

Visitors to the area are encouraged to use free public parking available in the parking garage at 2nd and Green streets.

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City Crews Set to Continue Plowing and Treating Residential Streets Today, Jan. 2

City Crews Set to Continue Plowing and Treating Residential Streets Today, Jan. 2

The City’s crews have completed plowing and treating primary and secondary streets. Crews plowed and treated residential streets late Friday, Jan. 1, and overnight into Saturday, Jan. 2,  and will continue plowing and treating residential streets today. Crews estimate they will be completed sometime Saturday evening. Due to cold temperatures, ice and snow may remain packed to pavements even after plowing and treating is completed. Residents can help the...
City Crews Plowing and Treating Streets Today, Jan. 1

City Crews Plowing and Treating Streets Today, Jan. 1

The City’s crews treated all streets with salt overnight and into today, Jan. 1, and have started plowing and treating primary streets. Trucks have also started making one pass on residential streets while the snow continues to fall. Depending on the total snow accumulation, it can take 24-48 hours after accumulating snow ends for crews to plow and treat all streets. Due to the ice/sleet and cold temperatures, there may still be ice and snow packed to pavements...
Ice and Snow Expected in Winter Storm Dec. 31 – Jan. 1

Ice and Snow Expected in Winter Storm Dec. 31 – Jan. 1

The City’s crews will report at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 31, to begin pre-treating roadways with salt ahead of the winter storm forecast for the Kansas City metro area. Freezing rain and sleet are expected late Thursday, Dec. 31, and overnight into Friday, Jan. 1,  before the precipitation changes over to snow. Crews are expected to continue treating roadways with salt overnight; however, heavy periods of freezing rain may wash away salt treatments and...
Refreeze Possible During Morning Commute on Wed., Dec. 30

Refreeze Possible During Morning Commute on Wed., Dec. 30

With temperatures rising, any remaining slush on roadways is expected to continue melting today, Tuesday, Dec. 29. Above freezing temperatures and rain are expected overnight. Temperatures may drop below freezing early Wednesday, Dec. 30, and wet pavements may refreeze. Residents should use caution during the morning commute, especially on elevated surfaces such as bridges and overpasses. Crews will treat roadways as needed. The City will continue to monitor the...
City’s Crews Prepared for Winter Weather Early Tuesday, Dec. 29, through Friday, Jan. 1

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...
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