Category Archives: Public Services
To allow for effective and efficient snow removal operations, parking is prohibited on all City streets, alleys, and parking lots from November 1st to April 1st between the hours of 2:30 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. Violators are subject to having … Continue reading
Seal coating operations have been suspended for today due to the rain. The contractor intends to return tomorrow at 7:00 a.m. to complete unfinished residential street areas. If your street has been designated for seal coating and it is not … Continue reading
Seal coating has been cancelled from the schedule on August 16th due to wet and rainy conditions. Seal coating operations have been rescheduled for Monday, August 21st. The contractor will be pulling no parking signs in residential areas today. They … Continue reading
Street seal coating has been pushed back a day by wet weather this morning. Seal coating operations are scheduled to commence on Wednesday, August 16th.
The City’s contractor has begun paving operations today within the mill and overlay project areas. Please follow no parking restrictions and travel with caution around work crews.
Due to scheduling coordination and wet weather on August 10th the final paving for the 2017 Mill and Overlay project is slated to be completed the week of August 14th. The paving should only take one day to complete. At … Continue reading
Northwest Asphalt will begin crack seal work on July 12th. The areas planned for this work include Mill Ave NE, Hope Ave NE, Grove Ave NE, Carter St NE, Petit Ave and Newton Ave NE. This work includes the routing … Continue reading
Downtown parking lots will be cleaned the morning of April 18th. This maintenance item will commence at 5:00 a.m. Noise from equipment such as mechanical broom and street sweeper will be present.
Citizens are urged to review the winter parking rules currently in effect in advance of winter finally arriving. To accommodate efficient and safe snow removal operations throughout the winter months the City prohibits parking on any street, alley, or municipal … Continue reading