Snowplowing Update for 2-6-19 (written at 4:15 p.m. on
Coon Rapids snowplow crews will plow residential roadways tomorrow, Wednesday, February 6. Crews will arrive at 4 a.m. to clean up the main City streets again from today's snowfall, and then head in to neighborhoods after that. Sidewalks will also be plowed tomorrow.
If you live in a cul-de-sac: City snowplows will "ring the cul-de-sacs" tomorrow, meaning the snowplows will circle the cul-de-sac to clean up snow in the outer ring, but full plowing of the entire circular area may not take place until later in the week. This could change if more snowfall is received overnight, or if operational plans change. But at this time, the plan is to "ring the cul-de-sacs" only tomorrow.
Winter parking reminder: Winter parking restrictions are in effect. This means vehicles cannot be parked on the street anytime between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m. each night. Parking is also prohibited on public streets anytime there is an accumulation of three inches of snow, or until the street has been plowed from curb-to-curb. Once the snowplow has gone by, and the street has been thoroughly cleaned from curb-to-curb, parking can resume.
Garbage and recycling can rules: If it's your garbage day tomorrow, please help our snowplow drivers by putting your garbage and recycling carts behind the curb and not in the street. This is required by City Code and it helps to keep the streets free of obstructions so the plow can go by and clean thoroughly, from curb-to-curb.
Please help our snowplow drivers by keeping other obstructions out of the roadway as well such as basketball hoops, hockey nets and other items.
Thanks for your help as our snowplow drivers truly appreciate it when we all work together!