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City Crews Set to Complete Treating Streets Today, Wed., Jan. 27

The City’s crews plowed and treated primary streets early today, Wed., Jan. 27. As pavement temperatures increased and snow started melting, plowing no longer became necessary and crews began treating secondary and residential streets with salt. Crews are set to complete treating residential streets this afternoon.

A refreeze of wet pavements is possible overnight into Thursday, Jan. 28. Even with treated streets, drivers should use caution especially on elevated surfaces such as bridges and overpasses.

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City Crews Spot Treating as Needed Today

City Crews Spot Treating as Needed Today

The City’s crews plowed and treated primary and secondary streets overnight after just over one inch of snow fell. Residential streets were treated yesterday. Per the City’s snow plan, residential streets are treated with salt and not plowed when total snow accumulations on pavements are less than two inches. Crews will be treating slick spots as needed throughout today, and plan to conclude snow operations at 3:30 p.m. Conditions should be favorable for...
City Crews Treating Residential Streets this Afternoon

City Crews Treating Residential Streets this Afternoon

The City’s crews are treating residential streets with salt this afternoon. Higher pavement temperatures have helped to melt most of the snow that has fallen on streets so far. Another band of moderate snow is expected this evening around 6 p.m. Temperatures are expected to drop and accumulating snow of a dusting to one inch is likely. A crew will report tonight for the overnight shift, and snow operations are likely to conclude Friday morning. The City will...
City Crews Plowing and Treating Streets Today, Thurs., March 10

City Crews Plowing and Treating Streets Today, Thurs., March 10

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City Crews Preparing for Winter Storm

City Crews Preparing for Winter Storm

The City’s crews are preparing for another winter storm set to begin late tonight, Wed., March 9. Crews began applying salt brine to primary streets on Tuesday. Pretreatment with salt brine and rock salt continues today on residential streets, and the remainder of primary and secondary streets. Crews are set to report at 11 p.m. tonight to plow and treat streets as needed, and are scheduled around the clock through Saturday, March 12. Dry snow accumulations...
City Crew Reporting at Midnight to Treat Streets as Needed

City Crew Reporting at Midnight to Treat Streets as Needed

The City has a crew reporting at midnight to monitor the weather and treat streets with salt as needed overnight into Monday, March 7. There is a chance rain will change over to sleet and then snow. While temperatures will likely keep accumulations low, streets may be slick overnight and during the Monday morning commute. Residents should use caution while driving, especially on elevated surfaces such as bridges and overpasses. The City will continue to monitor...
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