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Snow Event – Feb 16

We are expecting light snow tonight, and a much more significant amount of snow overnight with between 15-25CM possible into Tuesday. The storm is expected to finish around 4PM. 

We will be doing multiple passes tomorrow starting with a Quick Pass at 10 cm to open driveways, followed by a second, full-width pass, and finally a pass after all plows and graders have been by. 

Operators will be starting their quick pass at 6AM and will be working all day, and shovel teams will be heading out around 1PM after the majority of the snow is down. 

Tickets will open after the 1st pass has been completed and office phones will open around 8:00 AM to handle emergency issues only until the first pass is completed. As always, please have patience as our teams work to serve you as quickly as possible. 

Recent Updates

Feb 22 – 4:30pm

Currently, we have approximately 4cm on the ground now with a little more to come until about 7pm. Operators are booked for 7pm tonight and

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February 22 @2PM

After looking at all forecasts and weather radars, we are expecting somewhere between 6-9CM down today, finishing up around 8PM tonight. At this time, we

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February 19 – 10 PM

Our teams are out diligently clearing snow overnight tonight. With so little snow, this is will be a one-pass snow event and we will not

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February 16/17 @10 PM

Well, it looks like mother nature wasn’t done with us tonight. We were expecting 1.5 CM after the plow runs, but we’re seeing around 4-4.5CM

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Snow Event – Feb 16

We are expecting light snow tonight, and a much more significant amount of snow overnight with between 15-25CM possible into Tuesday. The storm is expected to finish

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Happy Valentine’s Day

It seems Cupid has decided to provide us with a little snow for Valentine’s Day. However, the forcasts don’t all agree, with reports ranging from

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