Spokane full-city plow set to end Sunday night as planned

Snow plows hit Spokane streets

SPOKANE, Wash. — Despite three inches of fresh snowfall Sunday, plow crews with the City of Spokane are expected to complete this weekend’s full-city plow Sunday night around 10 p.m.

The city launched the plow Friday at 5:30 p.m. with the hopes of getting through every street in Spokane within three days. That announcement came with the warning the plow may last longer, depending on how much snow fell over the weekend. This weekend’s plow took about two and a half days.

Those who notice their street has been missed can call 311 to make a report. Customer service staff will be available on Monday to take those calls as well.

According to a statement from the city, crews will work in arterials overnight in anticipation of the Monday morning commute. City crews will work seven days a week to monitor street conditions.