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Posted on: January 15, 2023

[ARCHIVED] MLK Winter Storm Updates

Tuesday, Jan. 17

Evening Update - Our plowing crews have been working around the clock for over 67 hours to keep our roadways clear - wow! Crews have now refocused on plowing residential neighborhoods and are working as quickly as possible.

Storm cleanup operations will likely continue throughout the week and trash collection services are running on a delayed schedule. Thank you for your patience through this very lengthy storm.


Morning Update - The snow keeps falling and we keep plowing! While City administrative offices and non-essential facilities are closed today, our crews are still hard at work.

With the new snowfall, plowing efforts are refocusing on Priority 1 routes (main roads and arterials). Once those are clear, plows will move into neighborhoods.

Monday, Jan. 16

Evening update - Streets and Parks Crews are preparing for more significant snowfall within the next 24 hours.

City administrative and non-essential facilities will be closed on Tuesday, Jan. 17 due to the storm. The Council meeting will take place virtually and can be viewed at

Residential trash and recycling pickups will resume on Tuesday. Areas not serviced on Monday will be serviced as soon as possible. Please wait to put your cart out until 6 a.m. to allow our plows to work more efficiently overnight.


Morning Update - Plow crews worked on clearing neighborhood streets throughout the night and are continuing to focus on neighborhoods this morning. Please be patient as additional snowfall, blowing snow and cold temps are all expected today. 

Make a plan to check in on your neighbors throughout the storm. If you are able, offer a hand clearing a neighbor's driveway or berm, especially for those who are elderly or have physical limitations.

Most city facilities are closed today in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Stay home if possible!

Sunday Jan. 15 

Evening Update - City Streets and Parks crews plowed around the clock today and are working to keep main and arterial routes clear. Plowing operations will continue throughout the night with additional snowfall expected. 

The City will suspend residential trash collection on Monday, Jan. 16 to allow more resources to be focused on plowing efforts. 

Thank you for your patience as we work through this extended, multi-day snow event. 


Morning Update - City Streets and Parks crews are hard at work clearing snow from our roads and sidewalks. They are working 24 hours a day and are currently focusing on Priority 1 routes. A map of routes is available at

Driving conditions are dangerous and roads are slippery - please stay home and avoid travel. 

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