MoCo: All streets have received at least one pass
Update (1:20 p.m.): We're receiving some reports from people saying their streets haven't been plowed. Check to make sure the county is responsible for you street, and not one of the local jurisdictions or the state of Maryland, which plows numbered state routes. Here is a link with more information on who clears snow. You can report the problem to Montgomery County using this link or by calling 240-777-6000.
Original post: The Montgomery County Department of Transportation says the agency has cleared emergency routes, bus routes, primary and secondary roads after this weekend's record snowfall. Officials said in a statement that all residential streets have received some attention, but the sheer volume from the weekend means that there may be more work to do.
County officials said the state clears numbered routes in the county and some municipalities, such as Rockville, have their own snow removal programs.
December 22, 2009; 12:30 PM ET
Categories: Advisories , Weather | Tags: snowstorm
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