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City’s Crews Treating Streets Today, Wed., Jan. 30

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City crews are treating streets today, Wed., Jan. 30, and will continue treating and plowing streets as necessary overnight into Thurs., Jan. 31. Extremely cold temperatures will limit the effectiveness of salt treatments and streets will remain slick. Residents should use caution while travelling particularly on elevated surfaces such as bridges and overpasses. The City will be operating at a Level 2 response, which means it can take up to 24 hours after the snow...

City’s Crews Treating Streets Today, Saturday, Jan. 19

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*UPDATE* City crews completed treating streets at approximately 1:30 p.m. on Sat., Jan. 19.

City crews are treating all streets today, Saturday, Jan. 19. The Lee’s Summit area received only a dusting overnight, and the City’s response level has been downgraded to a Level 2. Crews expect to have all streets treated by 4:30 a.m. on Sunday, Jan. 20.

City’s Crews Continue to Prepare for Weekend Winter Storm

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City crews continue to prepare for winter weather and blizzard-like conditions late Friday night and overnight into Saturday morning. Residential streets have all been pre-treated with rock salt, and primary and secondary streets will be treated throughout Friday afternoon and evening.

City’s Crews Preparing for Freezing Drizzle/Rain and Potential Weekend Blizzard

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City crews are scheduled to begin working 12-hour rotating shifts beginning at 7 p.m. on Wed., Jan. 16, until at least 7 a.m. on Tue., Jan. 22, as freezing drizzle/rain and a potential weekend blizzard are forecast for the area. Freezing drizzle/rain is expected Wednesday night and overnight into Thursday, with crews treating roadways and bridges in preparation for the Thursday morning commute. Residents should use caution at intersections and on elevated surfaces...

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