SPOKANE, Wash. - Mayor David Condon held a twenty minute press conference Monday morning, outlining the City's $2.5 million snow budget.
"City crews are prepared to keep our streets safe for drivers and pedestrians.," explained Condon. "Snow season staffing begins [Tuesday] and we've already begun monitoring the weather 24 hours a day, 7 days a week."
The City will now offer new GPS tracking on Spokane's fleet of over 40 snow plows.
More information on Spokane's snow plan can be found HERE.
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