The most up-to-date information about the measures the city is taking to ensure our residents' wellness and safety.
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Thursday, Dec. 1, 2022
The Office of Homelessness Prevention and Intervention has activated the Emergency Winter Weather Plan. The community’s Emergency Winter Weather Plan will be in effect through the evening of Thursday, Dec. 1. The OHPI will continue to monitor conditions and extend activation as appropriate.
Prioritization of roads for snow and ice removal is based on traffic volume with consideration for access to public transportation, emergency services, and schools.
Snow response viewer
Rank 1 streets are the main roads in and out of the city. Examples include Main St., Harrodsburg Road and Newtown Pike. Most Rank 1 roads are also snow emergency routes.
Rank 2 streets, such as Rosemont Garden and Bryan Ave., connect Rank 1 roads and provide access to large commercial areas with offices and stores.
Rank 3 streets are the main collector routes that connect residential areas to Rank 1 and 2 roads. Examples include Zandale Dr., Appian Way and Buck Lane.
Rank 4 streets are local collector streets within subdivisions, which allow residents access to main roads.
Can't find your street? It may be a state-maintained road. Learn more about state snow removal.
Sidewalk shoveling requirements kick in if the weather deteriorates.