Crews Plowing, Sanding and Deicing Before Next Storm
Weekend Highs Above Freezing - Clear Snow/Debris from Storm Drains
SPOKANE COUNTY, December 9, 2022 – Depending on your location in Spokane County, last night’s storm was a relatively minor event with only an inch of snow left behind. However, those at higher elevations woke up to as much as seven inches of fresh snow!
Today, Spokane County road crews are plowing, sanding and deicing main arterials and expect to move into the secondary roads late this afternoon. They will continue working through the weekend to clear 5,100- lane miles of road before the next storm arrives later tonight.
Please remember to stay at least 50-feet behind our snow removal equipment and never attempt to pass on the right. Afternoon high temperatures are forecast to be above freezing this weekend, so please clear snow and debris from storm drains.
For more information and maps of the county’s Priority Routes and Snow Plow Activity, go to www.spokanecounty.org/publicworks.
Spokane County Public Works
The mission of Spokane County Public Works is to provide our citizens and the traveling public with safe and maintained roads, bridges and stormwater facilities through efficient and quality Operations, Construction, Engineering and Planning services.