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Posted on: December 31, 2021

Public Works anticipates winter weather

2022 Emergency Snow Route

The Spring Hill Public Works Department is preparing to clear streets over the New Year holiday.

The National Weather Service predicts wintry weather for the Kansas City Metro area the morning of January 1, 2022. 

Spring Hill Public Works wants to remind drivers to not park along the Emergency Snow Route in the early morning hours of January 1. Parking along the Emergency Snow Route will delay the plows through the primary city street and neighborhoods. Cars are also subject to impoundment or disposition when unlawfully parked along the Emergency Snow Route. 

To help Public Works clear your street more quickly, visit our webpage on snow and ice removal.

View the Emergency Snow Route.

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