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Lee's Summit City’s Crews Treating Streets with Rock Salt

Lee's Summit City’s Crews Treating Streets with Rock Salt

December 31, 2012
4:36 p.m.

With temperatures expected to drop this evening (Dec. 31), the City’s snow removal crews are treating City-owned roadways with rock salt and will continue to do so throughout the night on Dec. 31 and into New Year’s Day, Jan. 1. 2013. 

If necessary, the City’s crews will also plow snow curb-to-curb when the snowfall ends.

The City’s second snow event of the season began this morning. More snowfall is forecast for the metropolitan area this evening and tonight causing pavements to become slick as temperatures decrease overnight.

Residents are asked to remove vehicles from streets to prevent a delay and to improve the snow removal process.

You may call the Snow Desk at (816) 969-1870. Normal business hours are 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. During winter storm events, the Snow Desk operates 24 hours a day.

For more information about the City’s snow removal program, visit www.lspw.net or follow us on Nixle, Facebook and Twitter.


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