*March 10, 2015 Update: Due to the recent warmer weather and resulting snow and ice melt, targeted snow/ice removal will conclude with work at Village Oaks Court on Tuesday, March 10, 2015.
February 20, 2015 -
Starting Tuesday, Feb. 24, the City of Ann Arbor will begin additional snow removal from targeted streets. Therefore, drivers parked on those neighborhood streets are being asked to voluntarily remove their vehicles from street parking for a brief timeframe (see schedule below) to assist with the effort. This work will widen roadway access for emergency vehicles and solid waste collection.
The targeted snow plowing will take place between 7 and 11 p.m. at the locations and on the dates listed below. Locations and dates are subject to change should weather or other circumstances require staff attention. Notice will be provided by street signage, notices on vehicles, when necessary, and delivered to every home in the areas.
Cars should be removed from the street before 7 p.m. on the scheduled date. We apologize in advance for the additional noise and any inconveniences this may cause.
If you have any questions, please contact us by calling the customer service desk Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 734.794.6320. Information - and an interactive map, as pictured above right - can also be found online at www.a2gov.org/roads.
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West Kingsley Street - North Ashley to North First - Tuesday, Feb. 24
Carey Street - Division to Depot - Wednesday, Feb. 25
Elizabeth Street - Kingsley to High - Wednesday, Feb. 25
High Street - Division to Fuller - Wednesday, Feb. 25
Harvard Place - Geddes to end - Thursday, Feb. 26
Ridgeway Street - Geddes to end - Thursday, Feb. 26
Garden Circle - Thaler to end - Tuesday, Mar. 3
Thaler Avenue - Carolina to end - Tuesday, Mar. 3
Vaughn Street - Packard to E. University - Wednesday, Mar. 4
Greenwood Avenue - Packard to E. University - Thursday, Mar. 5
Village Oaks Court - South Main to end - Tuesday, Mar. 10 *March 10, 2015 Update: Due to the recent warmer weather and resulting snow and ice melt, targeted snow/ice removal will conclude with work at Village Oaks Court on Tuesday, March 10, 2015.
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