Snowplowing

  • Local street(marked in blue on the map below) plowing may not begin until after the snow has stopped
  • The arterial and collector streets(marked in red on the map below) have a priority over local streets and must be plowed continually to provide for emergency access
  • The average winter storm of four to six inches of snow requires a minimum of two days plowing after the snow has stopped falling to clear a path on all streets

Snow Plowing Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

Current Progress

  • Major Roads: Completed
  • Local Roads: Completed

Most Recent Update

New updates will be posted between 8-9 a.m. and 3-4 p.m. (twice per day).

January 17, 2019 01:00 PM

Due to the possibility for snow overnight (Thursday 1/17) and into tomorrow (Friday 1/18), Streets will have crews on call in shifts this evening and will have a near full crew report for duty at 3:00 a.m. (Friday 1/18) to enable quick response to any snow that may occur throughout the early morning and into regular work hours Wednesday. We do not anticipate a major event but are ready to respond to an event if it occurs.

(Previous updates below map)

Snowplow Map