CREWS WORKED THROUGHOUT THE NIGHT TO CLEAR ARTERIALS
AND RESIDENTIAL HILLS.
THE CITY IS IN A STAGE ONE SNOW EVENT.
KXLY4'S KYLEE CRUZ HAS THE STORY.
EVEN THOUGH IT'S MARCH.
MOTHER NATURE ISN'T SLOWING DOWN THE SNOW.
YESTERDAY SHE DUMPED ALMOST FIVE INCHES ON SPOKANE,
GIVES US ALL A FIERCE REMINDER THAT IT'S DEFINITELY
im definitely ready for like the five inches to not
happen anymore, it's crazy
i was so mad, i was like finally it's all melting
and then boom, it was all there and the roads were
CITY CREWS WORKED 24/7 TO CLEAR THE STREETS.
55 PIECES OF EQUIPMENT WERE OUT.
TODAY'S TASK: PLOWING RESIDENTIAL HILLS AND CLEANING
we will work to get that snow melted especially as
the temperatures warm up so we don't have to rack
it or berm it in the downtown area
THE CITY IS CURRENTLY IN A STAGE ONE SNOW EVENT.
THAT MEANS ARTERIALS, BUS ROUTES, HOSPITALS, RESIDENTIAL
HILLS AND NEIGHBORHOOD BUSINESS DISTRICTS ARE PLOWED.
BUT IT'S NOT A FULL CITY PLOW, RESIDENTIAL STREETS
when we do go to plow, we end up berming people's
driveways in, so if it is at levels that can handle
people driving through them then it works out much
PLUS, THE 7-DAY FORECAST CALLS FOR A WARM UP AND RAIN.
THIS MORNING - MAYOR DAVID CONDON GAVE THE CITY A
B+ FOR ITS CURRENT SNOW REMOVING EFFORTS.
the weather and the forecast worked in our favor this
time and we were able to react much better
TONIGHT, LOTS OF PEOPLE ARE REACTING TO THE WEATHER.
THE GENERAL CONSENSUS: CAN IT BE SPRING.
JUST 16 MORE DAYS TO GO.
i am absolutely ready for green, i'm ready to get
rid of this yucky stuff here