The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for the District through midnight, forecasting up to 2 inches of wet snow. In addition to yesterday's pre-storm anti-icing operation, The DC Snow Team will be out this evening treating the District's National Highway System, primary, and secondary routes, and residential hot spots. Crews are actively following 311 service requests so residents are urged to call 311 to report slippery roads that require salting.
There are no closures today.
Trash and recycling collections are following the normal collection schedule.
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Dec 9 2018
The National Weather Service forecasts a heightened chance of snow in the District.
Nov 14 2018
Mayor Bowser has directed the DC Snow Team to begin a partial deployment consisting of 123 plows...
Apr 7 2018
In advance of today’s wintery mix, the DC Snow Team will have plows on hand to treat roads,...
Mar 20 2018
Mayor Muriel Bowser deployed her DC Snow Team at 4 pm Tuesday afternoon
Mar 20 2018
The District’s Snow Team will be in a full deployment with more than 200 trucks on the road.
Nov 27 2018
Testimony of Christopher J. Shorter, Director, Department of Public Works
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