Denver Public Works
February’s record snow is making for headaches well into March as snowplows are still working to keep roads clean following the latest snowfall.
Denver Public Works is rushing to fix the potholes in Denver streets before the next storm hits.
It could be another rough ride around Denver this week, and residential plows that were out last week have pushed mounds of snow on the sides of the side-streets.
After a week of snowfall in the Denver metro area, some drivers are complaining about making their way through the side streets with all the snow piling up.
With more snow in the forecast, drivers will have to take it slow along the Front Range for another day.
It’s a rough ride for Denver drivers this winter. If it’s not the snow, it’s the potholes — and so far this year Denver has twice as many potholes as last year.
The city is pulling out all the stops to take on this winter blast. Mayor Michael Hancock thanked plow drivers on Saturday for going on full snow patrol.
Denver Water had been working on a pipe leak Friday night near 1738 South Jasmine Street, patching small leaks on the old main.
After a toddler was killed in a car crash in Denver’s Bonnie Brae neighborhood last week, signs are being added to make the intersection safer. As it turns out, the traffic lights may have contributed to the deadly crash.
Denver Public Works is preparing to fully staff snow plows and road crews to clear snow during this weekend’s winter storm.