Winter Operations Update for Jan. 19, 3:30 p.m.

Public works crews are out salting area roadways in anticipation of today’s snowfall. Roughly one inch of snow is expected to fall before midnight. Crews are staffed and ready to treat roadways as needed based on conditions that develop.

Please use caution when traveling during the upcoming rush hour and this evening. Increase driving distance, reduce speed and be careful on sidewalks, train station platforms and parking lots, which all may be slippery. Please do not park on City streets so that trucks have room to efficiently treat roadways.

Winter Operations Update for Jan. 17, 9:30 a.m.

Public Works crews are out salting due to today’s snowfall. Currently, 24 trucks are out treating area roadways. About one to two inches of snow is forecast to fall this morning, with lingering flurries possible this afternoon and evening.  

Please use extra caution if you are driving or walking outdoors. Increase driving distance, reduce speed and be careful on sidewalks, train station platforms and parking lots, which all may be slippery. Please do not park on City streets so that trucks have room to efficiently treat roadways.

Winter Operations Update for Jan. 16, 8 a.m.

Public Works crews deployed 24 trucks early this morning to begin salting operations due to today’s snowfall. Crews are monitoring the weather and are staffed and ready respond as conditions develop.

About one inch of snow has fallen overnight. Please use extra caution if you are driving or walking outdoors. Increase driving distance, reduce speed and be careful on sidewalks, train station platforms and parking lots, which all may be slippery.

Thursday, Jan. 14, 2021, 3 p.m.

A wintry mix of rain and snow is expected this evening, transitioning into snow overnight and Friday morning. Current forecasts predict a total accumulation of 1 to 2 inches of snow. Public works crews are staffed and ready to salt and plow roadways as needed based on conditions that develop.

Please use extra caution if you are driving or walking outdoors. Increase driving distance, reduce speed and be careful on sidewalks, train station platforms and parking lots, which may all be slippery. Additionally, please do not park on City streets so that plows may have room to treat roadways.

Winter Operations Update for Jan. 2, 10:30 a.m.

Public Works crews worked throughout the night salting and plowing all City roadways due to yesterday’s wintry mix and snowfall.

Another round of snowfall is possible tonight. Current forecasts predict snow to begin falling around 9 p.m. or later with about 1 inch of accumulation possible. City staff continues to monitor the weather, and public works crews are appropriately staffed and ready to treat roadways as necessary based on actual conditions.

Please continue to use caution as streets and sidewalks may be slushy, and in some areas slick.