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Feb. 27: Snow Emergency Alert in Plymouth
City plow drivers began clearing and salting main roadways at 3 a.m. Wednesday.
A snow emergency has been declared and full city snow removal began at 6 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 27 in Plymouth. In between snow storms, staff has been working to push back snow, particularly in cul-de-sacs, to make room for future snowfall. Thank you for your patience and please drive carefully.
Garbage, Recycling Carts
On days when it snows, plow crews ask residents to please place their garbage or recycling carts at the end of their driveways – not in the street. When carts are placed in the street, plow drivers are not able to clear the street curb to curb. When excess snow is left on streets, it may affect mail delivery and cause additional snow and ice buildup in the street and along the curb line. Plow drivers strive to provide excellent service – and thank residents for their assistance and patience.
View the City of Plymouth's snow removal policy: plymouthmn.gov/snow.