The Department of Public Works would like to remind citizens about the designated Emergency Snow Routes and how the City plans to make getting around on snow covered streets less of a bother for City residents.
There are 13.279 miles of Emergency Snow Routes and they are as follows: Liberty Street from Clark Street to U.S. Highway 54
Liberty Street from Muldrow to Morris
Boulevard from Muldrow to Elmwood Drive
Clark from U.S. Highway 54 to Love Street
Lakeview from Morris to West city limits
Teal Lake from U.S. Highway 54 to Fairground
Fairground from Teal Lake to Lakview
Morris from Boulevard to Highway 22 (Monroe)
Love Street from Agricultural to North Western
Jefferson from Liberty to North city limits
Kentucky from Highway 22 to North city limits
Summit from Jefferson to Agricultural
Omar from Boulevard to Lakeview
Hendricks from Kentucky to Jefferson
Breckenridge from Fairground to Green Boulevard
Emergency Snow Routes are designated by signs. Residents living in these areas should not park their vehicles on the streets during a declared snow emergency. If cars are parked on the streets, during a declared snow emergency, the cars are subject to being towed at the owner’s expense or plowed in.
After the Emergency Snow Routes have been cleared, other streets will be cleared based on the traffic load of the given street.