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City Crews Preparing for Chance of Snow Thurs., Jan. 19

The City’s crews are preparing for a chance of snow which is expected to arrive in the early morning hours on Thurs., Jan. 19. A small crew will report at 3 a.m. on Thursday to treat streets with salt as needed. Air and pavement temperatures are expected to bottom out around freezing and slick streets are possible. Drivers should use caution during the Thursday morning commute, especially on elevated surfaces such as bridges and overpasses.

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

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***UPDATE As of 1/31/20, NW Pryor Road is Expected to Open Sometime the Week of Feb. 3***Section of NW Pryor Road to Remain Closed Until Late Jan. 2020

***UPDATE As of 1/31/20, NW Pryor Road is Expected to Open Sometime the Week of Feb. 3***Section of NW Pryor Road to Remain Closed Until Late Jan. 2020

***UPDATE As of 1/31/20, NW Pryor Road is Expected to Open Sometime the Week of Feb. 3***Section of NW Pryor Road to Remain Closed Until Late Jan. 2020
***UPDATE As of 1/31/20, NW Pryor Road is expected to open sometime the week of Feb. 3. The opening has been delayed due to weather.*** The section of NW Pryor Road from NW Quarry Park Road to Bannister Road is now anticipated to remain closed until late January 2020. The work has taken longer than expected due to the amount of rock found during excavation for the water line installation. The posted detour remains the same. For more information, contact...
Crews Reworking Primary & Secondary Streets Today, Tues., Dec. 17

Crews Reworking Primary & Secondary Streets Today, Tues., Dec. 17

Crews completed plowing and treating all streets early Tues., Dec. 17, and will be reworking primary and secondary streets throughout the day to remove slush. Crews anticipate working until at least 3:30 p.m. Streets may remain snow packed even after they have been plowed and treated; however, higher temperatures and sunshine will activate salt applied to streets which will help with melting.

City’s Crews Continue to Plow & Treat Residential Streets; Preparing for Potential Freezing Fog Tuesday Morning

City’s Crews Continue to Plow & Treat Residential Streets; Preparing for Potential Freezing Fog Tuesday Morning

City crews plowed and treated residential streets throughout the day on Mon., Dec. 16, and will continue overnight into Tues., Dec. 17. Approximately half of residential streets have been completed as of Monday evening, and crews still anticipate having all streets plowed and treated by 11 a.m. on Tues., Dec. 17. Crews will then work to clean up slush from primary streets throughout the day on Tuesday. The updated weather forecast is calling for freezing fog...
City's Crews Plowing & Treating Residential Streets

City's Crews Plowing & Treating Residential Streets

City crews plowed and treated primary and secondary streets on Sun., Dec. 15, and overnight into Mon., Dec. 16, and are currently working to plow and treat residential streets today, Mon., Dec. 16, and will continue overnight into Tues., Dec. 17. Streets will have areas of snow pack even after being plowed and treated. When snowfall totals 6-10 inches, it can take up to 40 hours after accumulating snow ends for crews to plow and treat the more than 1,000 lane...
City Crews Plowing & Treating Roads, Sunday, Dec. 15

City Crews Plowing & Treating Roads, Sunday, Dec. 15

City crews were out early this morning and will continue to plow and treat roadways around the clock. Several waves of snow are expected today and again on Monday. This may require crews to revisit main roadways. Public Works is urging citizens to use caution if traveling the roads as they will be snow covered and slick.  

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