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Snow doubt, winter weather is coming

Let’s work together to be safe during snow season

Posted on October 27, 2023 2023News and Events


‘Tis the season to start watching the skies for snow. While we don’t predict the weather, our crews are ready for whatever it may bring, and we’re asking for your help.

Removing snow and ice is a public safety priority for Douglas County and a shared responsibility for us all.

Each snowstorm is different. That’s why Douglas County makes a unique plan for each winter weather event – and the planning begins as soon as weather is in the forecast. Snow forecasts are continually monitored to determine when the storm will arrive, what snow accumulations can be expected, storm intensity, duration, and anticipated air temperatures.

Roads are cleared of snow based on road priority. Learn more about snow removal on our website.

Here’s what you can do to help:

Remember – snow and ice left on sidewalks can be dangerous, especially for the elderly, children, or people with disabilities. When driving in winter conditions, pay extra attention. We can work together to keep our communities safe this winter.

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