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Looks like plows will make it...

Gary Taitch removes snow from a neighbor's driveway along South Cedar Street on Monday, Nov. 22, 2010. Taitch complained that snowplows berm in driveways and cover sidewalks, yet
Gary Taitch removes snow from a neighbor's driveway along South Cedar Street on Monday, Nov. 22, 2010. Taitch complained that snowplows berm in driveways and cover sidewalks, yet "they expect you to keep your sidewalks clear." (Jesse Tinsley / The Spokesman-Review)

... just in time before the next storm hit tonight. If you are getting impatient you can check the progress of City plows at this link.
Type in your address on the top of the snow plowing progress map to get a closer look at your neighborhood area. You can also call the Snow Removal Hotline at 456-2666 for information on where plows are. H
ere is the link to the residential plow route map.

In the residential areas, cars should be parked on the even side of the street until the plows pass through.  Parking remains restricted in the downtown area between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m. to facilitate plowing there.  And no parked cars are allowed on arterials or STA fixed bus routes.  The City also asks that citizens clear snow off parked vehicles and from around fire hydrants, storm drains, and mail boxes.

This came in via e-mail from the city of Spokane Monday morning




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