What are the City’s priority snow plow routes?


The City begins its snow-plowing process once 4 inches of snow has accumulated, or as conditions may require. Our dedicated plow drivers do their best to ensure our roads are clear of snow and sand slick spots the best they can.

Plow Priorities In Order: 

  1. Emergency Services Routes
  2. Bus Routes and Sidewalks to Area Schools
  3. Primary Roads and Public Parking Areas
  4. Secondary Roads
  5. Alley-ways and cul-de-sacs
  6. Continue sanding as needed

Please note, it is prohibited to transfer snow onto City property or City right-of-ways per Woodland Park City Code 12.02.010 https://library.municode.com/co/woodland_park/codes/code_of_ordinances?nodeId=TIT12STSI_CH12.02TRSNONPR_12.02.010TRSNONPRPR

For additional informaiton about the City's snow removal policies, please visit: https://www.city-woodlandpark.org/DocumentCenter/View/1747/Snow-Plow-Policy-PDF

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