City of Davenport declaring a Snow Emergency


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Posted Online: Feb. 24, 2011, 4:34 pm
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Press release submitted by City of Davenport

Mike Clarke, Public Works Director has informed that in response to the forecasted snowfall, a Snow Emergency has been declared. The Snow Emergency will be in effect beginning at 4:00 p.m., Thursday, February 24th and shall end at a date and time to be determined by this weather event.

Parking on posted snow routes is prohibited during this time. For more information on parking and snow/ice clearing activities you may visit the Winter Guide on the City's website www.cityofdavenportiowa.com

Director Clarke indicates the declaration will be lifted based on emergency route conditions and the continuing snow fall situation.

At 3 p.m. this afternoon, crews shut down the asphalt plant and halted pot hole filling operations to reorganize crews into the 24 hour snow operations teams.




















 



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