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Our plow drivers won't move snow from the roadway if they can't safely get down the street. Be a good neighbor and move your vehicle! If you're not on an emergency route and you can't get it off the street, try to all park on the same side. ... See moreSee less

Our plow drivers won’t move snow from the roadway if they can’t safely get down the street. Be a good neighbor and move your vehicle! If you’re not on an emergency route and you can’t get it off the street, try to all park on the same side.

 

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Be a good neighbor and shovel also. Please

Thats good to know because last year there were several times 3 blocks on my street were never plowed with more than 3 inches on the ground! I dont think most people even know about this crucial fact right here!

What we do if we live on one way? Some of us neighbor move our vechiles. Other neighbor down the street dont their vechiles. I live on 4th ave north.(one way)

I wish a parking order would go into affect for non snow routes. Like park on the north or east side of the street for 24 hours after a snow fall, then switch to south and west for the second 24 hours so streets can be cleaned well. And then enforce it

QUIT CRYING AND JUST DO YOUR JOB....

The snow plow just left mountains of snow in the middle of the roads all around the library. It's frozen now, so when cars get close to it, they slide... And no one wants to park on these roads because they are worried that the traffic won't be able to safely drive around their vehicles.... This is an accident waiting to happen, and kind of unacceptable to leave the streets like this for 3 days. (no plans of removal until Monday?!) I don't usually complain but I've lost lots of business because of this. If someone parks across the road from my business, they have to climb so mountain to cross the road. 😔

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Head's up! Public Works Director Brett Daniel says crews should be able to start moving into residential areas (side streets & cul-de-sacs) around 10 am.

While not required, we ask that you please move your vehicles off the street if possible until plows come through.
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Head’s up! Public Works Director Brett Daniel says crews should be able to start moving into residential areas (side streets & cul-de-sacs) around 10 am. 

While not required, we ask that you please move your vehicles off the street if possible until plows come through.

 

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what about construction equipment and debris that's been sitting on the street for 2 days? Forest Ave is a mess

Isnt a snow route in effect? They were towing cars parked in the street off the side streets earlier

Why do we not tow vehicles anymore on emergency snow routes?

RESIDENTIAL EMERGENCY SNOW ROUTES are in effect. Crews are currently out working to keep these roads open despite the winds.

If you are parked on the street along these routes, please move your vehicles now. We will be towing shortly.
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RESIDENTIAL EMERGENCY SNOW ROUTES are in effect. Crews are currently out working to keep these roads open despite the winds.

If you are parked on the street along these routes, please move your vehicles now. We will be towing shortly.

 

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400 block of N 14th...theres some sitting that they think they don’t have to move...the street barely got cleaned last time due to them...

Ok

On it

I’ll move both cars

When does it end?

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Due to current weather conditions, City Hall will be closed to the public today. We will reopen Monday at 8:00 am. Please stay home if possible! ... See moreSee less

Due to current weather conditions, City Hall will be closed to the public today. We will reopen Monday at 8:00 am. Please stay home if possible!

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Name: 1st Ave S & S 15th St Corridor Improvements Expected Completion: Fall 2020

Name: S 30th St & 7th Ave S Improvements Expected Completion: Fall 2020

Name: Southeast Sewer Trunk - Phase 2-4 (12th-13th Ave S from 23rd-28th St) Expected Completion: Fall 2020

Name: Water Softening Project - Plant Expansion Expected Completion: Fall 2020

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