Crews complete full-city plow, will finish extra snow cleanup this weekend
SPOKANE, Wash. — Crews have now completed work on the full-city plow after about four days. The city says the plow effort took longer than the usual three days because of the continued waves of snow that fell during the work.
The pattern of snow also means that some areas that were plowed early in the full-cuty effort need some additional attention. Crews will complete additional snow plowing and cleanup at needed residential locations Friday night and over the weekend.
Crews will also deice, sand and plow in the arterials as needed. They will complete this work primarily during the day. Crews will continue to reevaluate conditions and plowing needs over the weekend, since more new snow is forecasted.
Citizens who note that their block was missed by plows can call 3-1-1 to report.
Downtown parking restrictions are still in place. City plows will also work downtown Friday night. Vehicles must be moved out of on-street parking stalls between midnight and 6:00 a.m. in an area bounded by Maple and Division streets and I-90 and the Spokane River.
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