Spokane Valley completes full residential plow

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Joseph Cress

SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. — Road crews with the city of Spokane Valley completed a full residential plow Thursday afternoon.

The 48-hour effort was to clear existing snow and ice from residential streets.

Spokane Valley residents who believe that a street was missed can submit a request for assistance here.

You can submit your address/location, select “snow-plowing” as a topic, and describe the street that did not get plowed in the comments box.

The residential plow is 624 lane miles and does not include Trent Avenue and Pines Road, which are plowed by the Washington State Department of Transportation.

You can learn more about Spokane Valleys’ snow removal procedures here.

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