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Snow Removal Routes

Each winter storm has unique characteristics.  Climatological factors such as storm intensity and duration, wind, temperature, and moisture content affect the total amount of snow and/or ice accumulation and influence the methods used to combat the resulting snow and/or ice related conditions.

Sanding commences as soon as the vehicle braking action deteriorates during ice and snow accumulation.  Deteriorating conditions due to drifting, excessive snow depth, slushing, and re-freezing (or a combination thereof) could require immediate snow removal action without a snow emergency declaration in order to allow safe winter driving conditions for the motoring public.

Following is a list of the areas in the order in which snow removal service will be directed.  After these routes are finished, snow removal will proceed on all other residential streets and alleys.

EMERGENCY ROUTES
FROM
TO
 3rd Street
 1st Avenue
 22nd Avenue
 Medary Avenue
 North city limits
 20th Street South

 ARTERIAL STREETS
FROM
 TO
 6th Street
 Western Avenue
 34th Avenue
 22nd Avenue
 Highway 14 Bypass
 32nd Street South
 8th Street South
 22nd Avenue
 West city limits
 Main Avenue South
 Downtown  32nd Street S

 COLLECTOR STREETS & SCHOOL ZONES
FROM TO
 8th Street (SDSU)
 Western Avenue
 16th Avenue
 17th Avenue (Hillcrest Elementary & Mickelson MS)
 6th Street
 20th Street South
 5th Street South (Medary Elementary & High School)
 17th Avenue
 Main Avenue
 Orchard Drive, 2nd Street South
 22nd Avenue
 Western Avenue
 Western Avenue
 6th Street
 Highway 14 Bypass
 Elm Avenue (High School)
 Orchard Drive
 8th Street S
 20th Street South
 22nd Avenue
 West city limits
 15th Street South (Camelot School)
 17th Avenue
 Medary Avenue South
 Christine Avenue (Camelot School)
 8th Street S
 15th Street South
 32nd Avenue (Daktronics & Swiftel Center)
 Highway 14 Bypass
 8th Street South
 34th Avenue (Swiftel Center & Landfill)
 30th Street
 Prince Drive


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