Service Alert for Tuesday, 3/5: Snow Removal Routes Activated at 11:30 a.m. Today

The winter storm hit our service area later than expected, but is still predicted to drop more than six inches of snow on our service area before midnight tonight.

We reached our trigger of snow accumulation and activated our removal routes at 11:30 a.m. today with the goal of completing all of our routes within eight hours.

The current forecast is for snowfall to increase in intensity throughout the remainder of this morning into the afternoon hours; Snow could fall at rates of one to two inches per hour this afternoon.  Lighter snowfall will continue through early evening before tapering off around midnight tonight.

We will continue to rerun our service routes throughout this event as necessary.

Our Greenwise Snowline at (224) 577-9473 is now active and will remain so for the duration of the event, so please do not hesitate to call us with your questions, concerns or special requests.

A recurring issue this winter has been city plows pushing snow onto areas, such as garage aprons off alleys, that we have previously cleared.  If this happens, please call us on the Snowline and we will send a crew back out to clear it again as soon as possible.

We will be continually monitoring the situation and updating you via email when conditions warrant it.

You can learn more about the weather conditions and road conditions below:

Winter Weather Advisory:

Weather Report:

Road conditions:

If you have any questions about your snow removal service, please reply to this email or call the Greenwise Snowline at (224) 577-9473.

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