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2019-2020 Winter Maintenance of Roads in Kalamazoo County

Snow removal tips from the RCKC

  • 12 December 2019
  • Author: Theresa Paddock
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The Road Commission Kalamazoo County has provided their Winter Road Maintenance newsletter with tips for snow removal, understanding road conditions and clearing of snow in addition to many other useful tips.

Why hasn't my road been plowed?   The Road Commission prioritizes snow removal based on traffic flows.   The attached map shows how road clearing is prioritized.

Snow Plowing

For additional questions contact the Road Commission Kalamazoo County at 269-381-3171 or visit their web site at www.kalamazoocountyroads.com

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