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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 weather forecast and update its response as needed.

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Crews Completed Treating Streets Today, Thurs., Feb. 24

Crews Completed Treating Streets Today, Thurs., Feb. 24

The City’s crews treated primary and secondary streets from 7 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. today, Thurs., Feb. 24, as light snow fell in the area. Crews have completed operations for the day. Flurries are expected to continue into the evening, but it should not impact travel.

City Crews Preparing for Snow Thursday, Feb. 24

City Crews Preparing for Snow Thursday, Feb. 24

The City’s crews are preparing for another round of snow on Thurs., Feb. 24. Crews began pretreatment of residential streets this morning, and will work until 3:30 p.m. today, Wed., Feb. 23. Crews will begin 12 hour shifts at 7 a.m. on Thursday morning to treat and/or plow streets as needed depending on total snow accumulations. Snow is expected to start mid- to late-morning on Thursday and continue into the evening. Crews will focus on primary and secondary...
City Crews Set to Continue Plowing and Treating Residential Streets Tonight and Overnight into Saturday, Feb. 19

City Crews Set to Continue Plowing and Treating Residential Streets Tonight and Overnight into Saturday, Feb. 19

The City’s crews have been plowing and treating residential streets throughout the day today, Friday, Feb. 18, and will continue overnight into Saturday, Feb. 19. As of 6 p.m. Friday, crews were 56% complete with residential streets. Lee’s Summit’s official snow total from the storm was 7.5 inches, which means it can take crews up to 40 hours after the snow stopped falling to plow and treat all streets in the city. Crews expect to be complete with...
Crews Plowing and Treating Residential Streets Today, Friday, Feb. 18

Crews Plowing and Treating Residential Streets Today, Friday, Feb. 18

The City’s crews completed plowing and treating primary and secondary streets overnight, and are approximately 10% complete with residential streets as of this morning, Friday, Feb. 18. Crews will continue plowing and treating residential streets today, and overnight into Saturday, Feb. 19, if necessary. Some streets will continue to be packed with snow even after being plowed and treated. Sun and warmer temperatures on Friday will help with additional melting...
City Crews Set to Continue Plowing and Treating Streets Tonight and Overnight into Friday, Feb. 18

City Crews Set to Continue Plowing and Treating Streets Tonight and Overnight into Friday, Feb. 18

The City’s crews have been plowing and treating streets today, Thursday, Feb. 17, and will continue tonight and overnight into Friday, Feb. 18. Crews are nearly complete with primary streets, and will be moving into secondary streets soon. Crews expect to begin residential streets by 7 a.m. Friday, and will continue plowing and treating until completed. Sun and warming temperatures are expected Friday and into the weekend.

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