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Section of NE Ash Street Set to Close March 4

Section of NE Ash Street Set to Close March 4

 A section of NE Ash Street between NE Grand Avenue and NE Short Street is set to close to through traffic on Monday, March 4, and will remain closed for approximately two weeks. The detour route includes NE Short Street and NE Grand Avenue. All work is weather permitting and the schedule is subject to change.

This project is part of stormwater improvements funded by the 2017 Capital Improvement Sales Tax. For more information, contact the Public Works Department at 816-969-1800 or publicworks@cityofls.net.

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City Crews Continue Plowing and Treating Residential Streets Today; Set to Prepare for Next Round of Winter Weather Tonight

City Crews Continue Plowing and Treating Residential Streets Today; Set to Prepare for Next Round of Winter Weather Tonight

The City’s crews continue plowing and treating residential streets today, Thursday, Jan. 11. Crews are 89% complete and now expect to finish this afternoon or early evening. Crews will then be preparing for additional winter weather this evening and overnight into Friday, Jan. 12. Favorable temperatures today are helping with continued melting on streets. The next storm is expected to begin tonight as rain and will change over to ice and snow as temperatures...
City Crews Continue Plowing and Treating Residential Streets

City Crews Continue Plowing and Treating Residential Streets

The City’s crews are plowing and treating residential streets tonight, Wed., Jan. 10, and will continue overnight into Thurs., Jan. 11. Crews have completed approximately 65% of streets and expect to be done by noon Thursday. Some streets will continue to be packed with snow even after being plowed and treated. Some melting occurred throughout the day today, and streets may refreeze as temperatures drop overnight into Thursday. Drivers should continue to use...
City Crews Plowing and Treating Residential Streets Jan. 10-11

City Crews Plowing and Treating Residential Streets Jan. 10-11

The City’s crews began plowing and treating residential streets overnight and will continue throughout the day today, Wed., Jan. 10, and overnight into tomorrow, Thurs., Jan. 11. Some streets will continue to be packed with snow even after plowing and treating. Pavement temperatures and sunshine should help with additional melting throughout the day today; however, overnight and into Thursday refreezing may occur and drivers should continue to use caution.

City Crews Plowing and Treating Streets Today, Tuesday, Jan. 9

City Crews Plowing and Treating Streets Today, Tuesday, Jan. 9

The City's crews are plowing and treating streets today, Tuesday, Jan. 9. Accumulating snow ended around noon today. Primary streets are nearly complete and crews are working in secondary streets. With more than six inches of snow and gusty winds, it will take crews 40-48 hours to plow and treat all streets in the City. Crews are expected to continue working until Thursday, Jan. 11. Pavement temperatures are helping to melt snow, and some streets are clear;...
City Crews Prepared for Winter Storm Jan. 8-9

City Crews Prepared for Winter Storm Jan. 8-9

The City’s crews are pre-treating streets due to a winter storm that began today, Monday, Jan. 8, and is expected to continue overnight into tomorrow, Tuesday, Jan. 9. A mix of rain and snow is expected throughout the day today, and pavement temperatures should remain above freezing until 10 p.m. tonight; however, heavy snow may overwhelm pavements at times and cause slushy conditions. Pavement temperatures will fall below freezing later tonight, and drivers...
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