Denver Public Works
Spring and summer are the time for rainstorms and thunderstorms in the Denver metro area and there are ways to stay safe.
Denver Public Works says plows will not park for the day or night until the roads are clear.
Every year, Denver Public Works engineers prioritize the City’s paving needs and create a paving plan for work to be completed. This year hundreds of miles of streets will be repaved.
Up to 16 inches of snow fell in some parts of the Denver metro area over the weekend. With temperatures staying below freezing for a few days side streets could stay icy for a while.
Denver Public Works is preparing for Saturday’s snow and winter weather advisory. Denver International Airport is also on standby for snow.
Denver Public Works hopes a new type of turn signal will help keep traffic moving.
Crews with Denver Public Works fill about 100,000 potholes every year. Once again it is pothole season and drivers are urged to report the problems they see.
Road crews with Denver Public Works and the Colorado Department of Transportation are preparing for Saturday’s winter storm.
Seeing Denver city plows on smaller residential streets is a rare sight after a snowstorm, but the recipe was right for that to happen on Monday.
Denver Public Works announced Sunday it will deploy residential snowplows to plow side streets because of the heavy snow expected.
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