Big Clean Up Continues
Prince George, B.C. – City of Prince George snow removal crews are still clearing snow following the heavy snow fall that found much of Prince George under about a foot of fresh snow Saturday morning.
Plowing and sanding trucks are working on priority one and priority two routes in all areas of the city.
Priority one routes are the main arterial roads, the downtown, priority hills, and the hospital district. Priority two routes are all the bus routes that are not arterial roads, and all commercial /industrial roads. Both Priority one and two routes are to be cleared within 48 hours of a snow event.
Graders and loaders will be operating in the green zone as per the garbage collection map https://goo.gl/vx1Klg to endure the green zone is clear for schedule garbage pick up tomorrow.
Sidewalk machines will continue to clear walks throughout the bowl area.
Crews are working 24 hours a day and operations will continue over night in the bowl, the Carter Light Industrial Area, and the east end of the city.
Motorists are asked to use caution around snow and ice control equipment.
Last night, crews worked to clear the downtown area, which is a priority one zone, as well as routes in the Hart neighbourhood and the green zone.
To make a request for service or speak to a City representative, please contact the Service Centre at 250.561.7600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.