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City’s Crews Scheduled to Treat Roadways Early Mon., Nov. 11

City crews are scheduled to report at 3 a.m. on Mon., Nov. 11, to treat roadways ahead of the morning commute. Light snow is forecast early Monday morning and accumulations are expected to be minor; however, pavement temperatures are anticipated to drop below freezing during the morning commute and slickness is possible. Residents should use caution while driving, especially on elevated services such as bridges and overpasses. Crews will treat roadways as necessary throughout the day. The City will continue to monitor the weather forecast and update its response accordingly. 

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Refreeze Possible Tonight, Thurs., Feb. 4

Refreeze Possible Tonight, Thurs., Feb. 4

***UPDATE*** Pavements have dried and crews completed operations at 3:30 p.m. The City’s crews are expected to treat streets with salt as needed today, Thursday, Feb. 4, and into the evening as a refreeze of pavements is possible. Streets may become slick as temperatures fall and wet pavements from light rain and snow showers refreeze. Drivers should use caution, especially on elevated surfaces such as bridges and overpasses. The City will continue to...
City Crews Set to Complete Treating Streets Today, Wed., Jan. 27

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...
City Crews Prepared for Winter Weather Expected Early Wed., Jan. 27

City Crews Prepared for Winter Weather Expected Early Wed., Jan. 27

The City’s crews pre-treated streets today, Tuesday, Jan. 26, in anticipation of snow expected overnight into Wed., Jan. 27. Crews are scheduled to report at 7 p.m. tonight to continue preparing for the storm, which could produce up to three inches of accumulating snow for Lee’s Summit. The City will continue to monitor the weather forecast and update its response accordingly.

Refreeze Possible Early Tuesday, Jan. 26

Refreeze Possible Early Tuesday, Jan. 26

***Update*** Due to the potential for freezing drizzle overnight, City crews are now scheduled to report at 1 a.m. to treat streets as needed. The City has a crew scheduled to report at 3 a.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 26, to monitor and treat primary streets as needed before the morning commute. Wet pavements from overnight precipitation may freeze due to falling temperatures early Tuesday. Streets may be slick and residents should use caution while driving,...
City Crews Set to Continue Treating Streets As Needed Overnight and Into Saturday, Jan. 16

City Crews Set to Continue Treating Streets As Needed Overnight and Into Saturday, Jan. 16

The City’s crews completed treating all streets earlier today, Friday, Jan. 15, and trucks are treating primary streets again as needed. A small crew will continue treating streets as needed overnight and into tomorrow, Saturday, Jan. 16, due to a possible refreeze. Residents should use caution while driving, especially on elevated surfaces such as bridges and overpasses. Crews will complete operations Saturday morning, and temperatures are expected to rise...
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