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Section of SW Sampson Road Set for Daily Closure Beginning March 4

Section of SW Sampson Road Set for Daily Closure Beginning March 4

Update: This SW Sampson Road closure has been rescheduled to the week of March 11. Work is weather dependent and subject to change.

A section of SW Sampson Road between SW Hook Road/E 139th Street and SW Scherer Road is set to close to through traffic daily from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. beginning March 4, and lasting for approximately two days. Work is weather dependent and subject to change; permit is approved for the entire week March 4-8.

The full closure will be at the one-lane bridge. The detour route includes SW Scherer Road, SW Pryor Road, and SW Hook Road. The closure is necessary for a contractor to complete borings for soil and rock samples.

For more information, contact the City's Public Works Department at 816-969-1800 or publicworks@cityofls.net.

 

 

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City Crews Scheduled to Treat Streets as Needed

City Crews Scheduled to Treat Streets as Needed

The City’s crews are scheduled to report at 7 p.m. to treat streets with salt as needed tonight, Thurs., Jan. 18, and overnight into Fri., Jan. 19. A flash freeze is possible tonight for any wet pavements or surfaces as temperatures fall, and drivers should use caution especially on elevated surfaces such as bridges and overpasses. Accumulation of ¼ inch to 1 inch of snow is expected before midnight. Conditions will be challenging – high winds...
City Crews Treating Streets Today, Tuesday, Jan. 16

City Crews Treating Streets Today, Tuesday, Jan. 16

The City’s crews are treating streets today, Tuesday, Jan. 16. Crews will continue working until all primary, secondary and residential streets have been treated. The extremely cold temperatures will limit the effectiveness of salt and streets may remain snow packed and slick; however, the sun and warming temperatures through Wednesday, Jan. 17, should help with melting. Drivers should continue to use caution.

City Crew Treating Intersections and Primary Streets as Needed Tonight, Monday, Jan. 15

City Crew Treating Intersections and Primary Streets as Needed Tonight, Monday, Jan. 15

The City has a small crew working tonight, Monday, Jan. 15, treating intersections with salt. Salt is much less effective in extremely cold temperatures but may help with traction and prevent some of the slickness in these locations. Crews also will be checking primary streets and treating them as needed. Streets will be slick and drivers should use caution. While there is currently not enough snow to plow, the City will continue to monitor the weather and update its...
City Crews Prepared to Respond as Needed to Snow Monday, Jan. 15

City Crews Prepared to Respond as Needed to Snow Monday, Jan. 15

The City’s crews prepared trucks and equipment to respond as needed today, Monday, Jan. 15, due to the forecast for light snow. Extremely cold weather limits the effectiveness of salt treatments and streets may be slick. Drivers should use caution. The City will continue to monitor the weather and will call out crews as needed for response.   

City Crews Treating Streets as Needed Today, Friday, Jan. 12

City Crews Treating Streets as Needed Today, Friday, Jan. 12

The City’s crews treated all streets with salt overnight into today, Friday, Jan. 12. With light snow expected today, crews will continue to monitor and treat streets as needed. Temperatures have fallen and will remain dangerously cold through the weekend and into next week. Extremely cold temperatures limit the effectiveness of salt, and streets may remain snow packed and slick. Drivers should continue to use caution.

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