Snow Event Ends in Edgerton

Kara Banks City News

Saturday, January 2 at 8 a.m. UPDATE: The snow is over and crews are continuing to clean up our roads. The snow event declaration has ended. Thank you to everyone who helped our crews by moving your vehicles off the streets. As a reminder, sidewalks must be cleared within 48 hours of the snow event ending.

ORIGINAL POST: On January 1 at 12 p.m., the City of Edgerton officially declared a snow event. This means that all vehicles must be removed from city streets within 2 hours, under City Code.

If your vehicle is not removed, the Sheriff’s Office may be called and vehicles may be towed at the owner’s expense.

The City declares a snow event any time more than 2 inches of snow falls. Vehicles must be moved to allow plows to navigate narrow streets and more effectively remove snow.

Plow crews are working 12 hour shifts and will continue to plow until the roads are clear. Drivers should give plows extra space.

Once the snow event is over, residents will have 48 hours to clear sidewalks.

Thank you for your help during this winter weather event.

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