Lilac City Real Estate

Snow Plow Plan

Spokane Snow Removal

When is the "Snow Season?"

The City has defined the snow season as running from Nov. 15 to March 15. Spokane sees most of its snowfall during these four months of the year, with snow often concentrated in December and January.  Search Spokane Real Estate here.

What is a "Snow Emergency?"

During Snow Season, the City monitors weather conditions 24 hours a day. When snowfall reaches certain thresholds, the City will declare a snow emergency, which triggers a variety of responsibilities for the City and its citizens. We have two snow emergency stages, depending on conditions.

What's included In a Stage 1 Snow Emergency?

The City will declare a Stage 1 Snow Emergency when 2 inches of snow are on the ground and 4 more are anticipated during the current snow event. This declaration will trigger a number of actions.

What's included in a Stage 2 Snow Emergency?

The City will declare a Stage 2 Snow Emergency when 6 inches of snow are on the ground and more is anticipated during the current snow event. Again, this declaration will trigger a number of actions.

The City will:

Stage 1 Snow Emergency

Stage 2 Snow Emergency

Citizens/Property Owners will be asked to:

Stage 1 Snow Emergency

Stage 2 Snow Emergency

What's the Snow Corridor Plan?

The Snow Corridor Plan is implemented when City crews cannot effectively keep arterials clear because of weather conditions. Crews will concentrate on identified routes that citizens can rely on until conditions improve. Signage is on the snow corridor routes. The routes include:


North-south

East-west

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