Winter Operations Update for Feb. 20, 2019

Public Works crews will be out salting and plowing streets due to the upcoming snow storm. Crews will also salt downtown sidewalks and the train station platforms. Snow is forecast to fall throughout evening and into the morning. Although accumulations will be minor, the continued cold weather will make snow stick more easily on streets, leading to slick conditions. Please use extra caution when traveling overnight and during tomorrow morning’s rush hour. Increase your driving distance, reduce your speed, and use care when walking on sidewalks, in parking lots, and at the train stations.

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Winter Operations Update for Feb. 17

Public Works crews are out salting and plowing streets due to today’s snowfall. Crews are also out salting downtown sidewalks and the train station platforms. Snow is forecast to fall throughout evening and into the morning. Although accumulations will be minor, the continued cold weather will make snow stick more easily on streets, leading to slick conditions. Please use extra caution when traveling this evening and during tomorrow’s rush hour. Increase your driving distance, reduce your speed, and use care when walking on sidewalks, in parking lots, and at the train stations.

Winter Operations Update for Feb. 14, 2019

Due to dropping temperatures, water on area roadways could possibly turn to ice overnight and cause hazardous travel conditions tonight and during tomorrow morning’s rush hour. Please use extra caution when traveling this evening and tomorrow morning. Increase your driving distance, reduce your speed, and use care when walking on sidewalks, in parking lots, and at the train stations.

Winter Operations Update for Feb. 12, 2019

Approximately one inch of snowfall and strong winds are expected in Naperville throughout the evening, which could lead to blowing snow on area streets. All 22 Public Works trucks have been salting and treating streets throughout the day, and crews will continue to work overnight.

Motorists should expect difficult travel and hazardous conditions for this evening’s commute. Streets will be slushy and potentially icy due to the ongoing precipitation. When traveling, please increase your driving distance, reduce your speed and exercise extreme caution. In addition, use extreme care walking on icy sidewalks and in parking lots. Commuters should use caution on train station platforms and while walking to and from their cars.

Ice and wind can cause downed tree limbs due to the weight of the ice on branches, as well as downed power lines and power outages. Please report any power outages, downed lines, or broken parkway tree limbs to City Dispatch at (630) 420-6187.

Winter Operations Update for Feb. 11, 2019

Naperville is under a Winter Weather Advisory from 6 p.m. tonight, Feb. 11, until 9 a.m. tomorrow, Feb. 12. A mix of freezing rain and snow is expected throughout the early evening and overnight hours into tomorrow morning.

Public Works will have all 22 of its trucks out salting and plowing roadways throughout the duration of this winter storm. In addition, crews will be salting and removing snow from downtown sidewalks and train station platforms.

Motorists should expect difficult travel and hazardous conditions this evening and during the Tuesday morning commute. Streets will be slushy and potentially icy due to the mixed precipitation expected. Strong winds are also expected, which could lead to blowing snow. When traveling, please increase your driving distance, reduce your speed and exercise extreme caution. In addition, use extreme care walking on icy sidewalks and in parking lots. Commuters should use caution on train station platforms and while walking to and from their cars.