CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) –
The City of Cleveland has been conducting snow removal operations overnight and will continue to throughout the day. Currently, the Department of Public Works is actively servicing city streets with a focus on servicing mains and secondary-mains during snowfall.
The city says they have 60 trucks out on the roads, focusing on the primary and secondary roads. Around 4 p.m. the city will assess if the trucks should move into the residential areas.
Two warming centers have been opened on the east and west side, Michael Zone and Zelma George.
The goal of the Department of Public Works is to service all city streets within 48 hours after snowfall ceases.
An emergency snow parking ban is now in effect today for the City of Cleveland.
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